For many Europeans, the inauguration of U.S. President Joe Biden held the promise of a new era in transatlantic relations.
In the last year, the United States and Europe enhanced cooperation on multiple fronts, from technology to democracy promotion, and endured diplomatic trials and tribulations. Beyond the events that make the headlines, what are the prospects for transatlantic coordination on key global challenges? And how can diplomacy address the gaps in mutual understanding?
To evaluate the state of the transatlantic relationship and assess its impact across numerous policy areas, Carnegie Europe is delighted to invite you to a conversation with Karen Donfried, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, and David Cvach, director for European Affairs at the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs. Dan Baer and Rosa Balfour will moderate.
Carnegie Europe is grateful to the U.S. Mission to the EU for their support of this event.