The Transatlantic Relationship after the 2020 U.S. Elections
After four years of upheaval, the German-American relationship is at a crossroads after the 2020 U.S. presidential and congressional elections. How will the results in the United States affect the transatlantic relationship and specifically the U.S.-German relationship? Will the situation revert to a pre-2016 status quo or is the relationship fundamentally and irrevocably altered? What expectations does each side have for the other as we move into a new decade? This event will bring top experts from the political and policy world together to address these and other related questions.
Jana Puglierin, Head of the Berlin office of ECFR
Omid Nouripour, MdB, Foreign Policy Spokesperson of the Green Parliamentary Group
Jeff Rathke, President, AICGS
Moderator: Dr. Sarah E. Wiliarty, Associate Professor of Government, Wesleyan University
This webinar will convene via Zoom. Please contact Ms. Elizabeth Caruth at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Support for this event is generously provided by The German Marshall Fund of the United States. In partnership with the International Association for the Study of German Politics