We would like to invite you to the debate “Transatlantic Relations in Review: Shared Values and Challenges”, which will take place in American Center at Tržiště 366, Malá Strana and will also be streamed online here on our Facebook page. The debate will take place on Thursday 18th November at 15:30.
With new US leadership at the helm and renewed transatlantic relations rekindled, 2021 sought out to be a year of repair and rebuild. Despite US President Biden setting the tone early on that the US was back at the world table, heightened tensions around Afghanistan or cooperation in the Indo-Pacific and amplified by external competitors such as Russia and China – have undermined and challenged these relations. As geopolitical challengers and global tensions rise, can the Transatlantic relationship’s shared values and commitment to democracy reignite relations? How will Biden’s Summit for Democracy try to address these issues? Join us for a public event featuring experts from the US and Europe to discuss the latest developments in the US-EU relations and how to ensure relations remain strong as 2022 approaches.
Moderator: Danielle Piatkiewicz, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy
The debate is organized in the framework of the Transatlantic Policy Forum.
Registration link for personal participation can be found here.
Based on the current measures and recommendations with regard to the covid-19 pandemic, we would like to ask you to have one of the following documents with you: confirmation of a negative PCR or antigen test, confirmation of having recovered from covid-19 within 180 days before the day of the event or having been vaccinated. During the event, we require you to cover your nose and mouth with a respirator / face mask.
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