The post U.S. election transatlantic relationship
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Under Trump’s leadership transatlantic relations have been strained. The political Europe has been banking on a win of the Democratic candidate in the presidential race. But with long-term geopolitical developments unlikely to reverse, what would a new US government mean for Europe’s place in the world? Taking place one week after the November 3 vote, this workshop will analyze how the election played out and examine how pressing issues in foreign affairs, from defense to climate diplomacy will shape the EU-US relationship for the next 4 years.
WHAT TO EXPECT
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Interactive group exercises and
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experts, with opportunity for Q&A
PROGRAM AND TIMING
08:55 AM LOGIN VIA ZOOM & NETWORKING
09:00 AM Workshop part 1:
The U.S. election is over – analysis of the results and political trends
10:00 AM Workshop part 2:
The US-EU relations and disputes under the just elected US president.
10:30 AM Q&A with our Chief Brussels correspondent David Herszenhorn
11:15 AM End of the workshop
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The workshops are led by Cornelius Hirsch, POLITICO’s Intelligence analyst and co-founder of pollofpolls.eu, a polling data website acquired and integrated into POLITICO’s polling hub.
Each workshop features a Q&A session with a POLITICO journalist specializing in the topic.