Perspectives on the Future of Transatlantic Relations in the Trump Era


Saturday 16.03.19 13:50


Room E
Dijver, Bruges campus
Dijver 11
8000 Bruges

European Horizons at the College of Europe has the pleasure to invite you to a multi-topic conference dealing with the future of transatlantic relations in an era of uncertainty. Our high-level speakers will successively address common challenges faced by the transatlantic partnership, with a focus on security issues, but also on the future of the current EU-US trade negotiation and regulatory cooperation,  which are all genuine bones of contention driving both sides of the Atlantic apart. The audience will be highly encouraged to intervene in order to build common reflections on the future of EU-US relations. 

Founded at Yale University, European Horizons is a transatlantic policy lab devoted to exploring the meaning of European identity, modernizing and reforming the concept of the social market economy, advancing the cause of European integration, and deepening transatlantic relations. To this end, European Horizons has established a network of students, professors, and European decision-makers, with links to academia, politics, civil society, and business. By bringing together students and notable members of academia, government, and private sector European Horizons strives to provide opportunities to engage in a constructive dialogue that will propound a platform of ideas for reforming the European Union and set a policy vision for its future. 

A reception will take place after the conference with the participants, an excellent occasion to network after the panel discussion.

This event is open to the public but registration via the form below is required before 14 March 12h00 (noon). 

Contact: college.europe [at] 


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