Recalibrating the Transatlantic Partnership

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The American Purpose and the US-Europe Alliance recently held an online discussion about the bases of transatlantic cooperation and its future prospects on Wednesday, November 3 at 10-11:00 AM EST/16-17:00 CET.

 
 
 
 

In recent decades, previously robust transatlantic cooperation has been punctured by antagonistic rhetoric and parochial policies. Apathy, disregard, and power-lust displayed by many decision-makers on both sides has left the ship feeling rudderless.Divergences over China, energy security, trade policies, and new technologies are testing the feasibility of a forward-looking transatlantic community.

What is driving this regression? New needs? New threats? Do outdated institutions need repurposing? What are our core common concerns? Fundamentally, what are the bases of successful alliances across the pond and how to best cultivate them?

Make sure to join the US-Europe Alliance and American Purpose to explore the prospects for renewed transatlantic coaction via Zoom. This event will be recorded.

We look forward to virtually welcoming you on Wednesday, November 3.


We are pleased to feature the following discussants:

Ambassador Tom Shannon

Senior International Policy Advisor

Arnold & Porter

Constanze Stelzenmuller

Senior Fellow

Center on the U.S. and Europe

Brookings Institution

Moderator:

Richard Kraemer

Board President

US-Europe Allianc

Ambassador Tom Shannon

 

Senior International Policy Advisor

Arnold & Porter

Constanze Stelzenmuller

 

Senior Fellow

Center on the U.S. and Europe

Brookings Institution

Richard kraemer

 

Board President

US-Europe Alliance

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