On 23 February our Tereza Novotna together with the London School of Economics will organise a seminar on the topic of foreign policy and trade under Trump's presidency.
On 23 February our Tereza Novotna together with the London School of Economics will organise a seminar on the topic of foreign policy and trade under Trump's presidency at the Institute for European Studies - ULB (Spaak room, 39 avenue F.D. Roosevelt) at 5 P.M. (registration from 4:30 P.M.)
In his first month as US President, Donald Trump launched various controversial policies such as a travel ban on citizens from seven majority-Muslim countries, efforts to start building a wall with Mexico and withdrawing the US from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Although President Trump has in fact been delivering on his campaign promises, his actions have faced widespread criticisms and protests across the US, Europe and the world from politicians and publics alike. What actions can we therefore expect from the new US administration vis-à-vis Europe? Will President Trump continue to support NATO? Will the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) suffer the same fate as TPP? What’s next for the EU-US relations and for transatlantic relations more broadly? What role can EU institutions and their top representatives play in this new transatlantic context?
You can register for the debate here.#foreign policy #international trade #United States of America #Donald Trump
Expertise: EU foreign policy, North and South Korea and NE Asia; European External Action Service, EU Delegations; transatlantic relations and trade; EU enlargement and EU institutions; Germany (foreign and domestic politics, particularly in the Eastern parts of Germany).