After days of projections, it was clear last week that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris had won the race for the presidency of the United States. The outcome of the
After days of projections, it was clear last week that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris had won the race for the presidency of the United States. The outcome of the election represents a chance for a new direction in transatlantic relations. In the coming months it will be important to help shape the new relationship with the USA. But even under President Biden there will be no easy return to the status quo ante. What changes can Europe expect under the new leadership and what conflicts will remain? We would like to discuss with you and our guests the future and the chances of the European-American relations as well as further questions concerning the foreign policy dimension of the US elections.
This is event is the result of a joint effort between United Europe and Atlantik-Brücke.
Will Hurd, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (tbc)
Sigmar Gabriel, former Vice Chancellor of Germany; Chairman Atlantik-Brücke
Günther H. Oettinger, former EU Commissioner; President United Europe
Daniela Schwarzer, Director DGAP
Anna Wieslander, Director for Northern Europe at Atlantic Council
Natalia Drozdiak, European Technology Reporter, Bloomberg
(Wednesday) 19:00 - 20:00
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