We are pleased to invite you to the relaunch of our Euro-Atlantic Café series. Transatlantic relations suffered a serious blow in the past years. Europe tends to blame the
We are pleased to invite you to the relaunch of our Euro-Atlantic Café series.
Transatlantic relations suffered a serious blow in the past years. Europe tends to blame the current US administration, however symptoms of an estrangement have been there for more then a decade. The decision of the Trump administration to withdraw from multilateral agreements, the failure of the TTIP negotiations and clashes along the defence budget of the European allies intensified already existing tensions. Is there a way out? How can we relaunch and strenghten our partnership ?
In the discussion, we will review the state of the Euro-Atlantic cooperation from a Hungarian and an American perspective, with a special focus on security and defence.
Our guests are:
Amb. Dan Fried, Weiser Family Distinguished Fellow, Atlantic Council, former Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs
Benjamin Haddad, Director of the Future Europe Initiative, Atlantic Council
Márton Ugrósdy, Director of the Institute of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary
Damon Wilson, Executive Vice-President, Atlantic Council
The event will be moderated by: Ms. Edit Inotai, Senior Fellow, CEID
The event is in English.
We would be delighted if you could accept our invitation. Since seats are limited, we would urge you to register. In case of questions related to this event, please contact our colleague, Dániel Varga, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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(Friday) 14:00 - 15:30
Continental Hotel Budapest
1074 Budapest, Dohány utca 42-44.