We are pleased to invite you to the next event of our Euro-Atlantic Café series. The first online discussion will focus on the perspectives of Transatlantic relations, in
We are pleased to invite you to the next event of our Euro-Atlantic Café series.
The first online discussion will focus on the perspectives of Transatlantic relations, in light of the US presidential election campaign. Although the campaign is clearly dominated by a domestic agenda (e.g. fight against the corona virus, economic recovery and social unrest), the future of US global leadership will remain a pressing issue for whoever gets elected in November. Besides trying to shed a light on current US socio-political trends, we aim to set up two scenarios for the future of Transatlantic relations: Scenario A, in case of a continuation of the Republican (Trump) presidency and scenario B for a new start, under a Democratic President (Biden).
We will take a look with the panelists at how significant the role of Europe and the Transatlantic relationship is in the election bids of the nominees and what possible future scenarios or changes can be expected in the U.S.-Europe relations.
Our guests are:
John Glenn, Policy Director, U.S. Global Leadership Coalition
Dávid Korányi, Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council
The event will be moderated by: Ms. Edit Inotai, Senior Fellow, CEID
The event is in English.
The discussion will be held on Zoom and broadcast on CEID’s Facebook page.
We would be delighted if you could accept our invitation. Since the online spots are limited, we would urge you to register in the Facebook event or through this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/euro-atlantic-cafe-transatlantic-relations-in-the-presidential-election-tickets-118606881375
Looking forward to welcoming everyone interested!
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(Thursday) 17:00 - 18:00
Zoom online event