Royal Institute of European Studies

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The Royal Institute of European Studies (RIEE), (Spanish:Real Insituto de Estudios Europeos) is a Spanish Think Tank and graduate school dedicated to research and post graduate education in subjects related to the European Union. The Royal Institute is based in Zaragoza, Spain.

Awards[edit]

Silver Medal[edit]

The Silver Medal has been awarded to José María Aznar, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, José Manuel Durão Barroso, Manuel Fraga, Rodrigo Rato, Pedro Solbes, Jaime Mayor Oreja, Loyola de Palacio, Javier Solana, René-Jean Dupuy and Javier Elorza, among others. Institutions may also be awarded as the Hague Academy of International Law.[1]

Gold Medal[edit]

The Gold Medal has been awarded to Juan Carlos I,[2] to Felipe González,[3] and to José Manuel Durão Barroso,[4] President European Commission.

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