STUDENT EVENT// The Day After: The State and Future of Transatlantic Relations after the Trump Administration

Date

Jeudi 21.01.21
16:00 - 17:30

Lieu

Online event

On January 21, 2021 at 16:00 Brussels time, the European Horizons chapter at the College of Europe is excited to host a panel of high-level speakers from both sides of the Atlantic to discuss the state and future of transatlantic relations on the first working day of the Biden administration. 

Discussing the potentially renewed, revamped or revitalized transatlantic ties is of paramount importance in today’s world. The global scene is certainly not like it used to be and both sides of the Atlantic know it. Yet, it is — all the more in a post-Trump era — a politically contentious issue to decide on whether or not it is in the U.S. interest to maintain and nurture good relations with its like-minded allies on the old continent. It is for that reason, that we are delighted to host a high-level panel discussion, the purpose of which is to delve more deeply into the global ramifications of Mr BLINKEN's forthcoming tenure as Secretary of State. 

Key Speakers:

  • Michael CURTIS, Deputy Head of the EU Delegation to the US;
  • Kristine BERZINA, Senior Fellow at the German Marshall Fund;
  • Michael C. RYAN, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for European and NATO Policy.
     

Introductory statement: Federica MOGHERINI, Rector of the College of Europe and former EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.

Moderator: John SHATTUCK, Professor at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and Harvard Kennedy School.

This event is organized by the College of Europe Chapter of European Horizons in collaboration with European Horizons and idEU. It is open to the public.

Registration Linkhttps://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ElNBkXMLTo-IcgtSymde_w