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Fireside chat with David O’Sullivan

Are transatlantic relations entering a new spin?

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Event Agenda

Foreign Policy

The unexpected trade agreement reached by Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Trump on July 26th suggests that relations between the EU and the US may not be as contentious as often portrayed. It was even hailed by some as the start of a new Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and adduced as evidence that diplomacy is even more important in times of uncertainty than in periods of tranquility.

What lessons can the EU, and Europe as a whole, draw from this surprising outcome, particularly where economic and security relations with the US are concerned? Is Europe showing a newfound determination to be the master of its own destiny?

This fireside chat between David O’Sullivan, Ambassador of the EU to the United States, and Karel Lannoo, CEPS CEO, will be a unique opportunity to gain further insight into the future of EU-US relations.

Participation in this event is strictly reserved to CEPS members only. Members will have received the registration information via email. If you have not received the registration information, please contact diana.musteata@ceps.eu 

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Below is our list of speakers and discussants.

Karel Lannoo Karel Lannoo

Karel Lannoo

Chief Executive Officer

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David O'Sullivan

Ambassador of the EU to the United States


Event Details

Foreign Policy

Fireside chat with David O’Sullivan

Are transatlantic relations entering a new spin?

Event Address

CEPS Conference Room
Place du Congrès 1 - 1000 Brussels
Event Date

Day 1 - Wednesday
Diana Musteata Diana Musteata
Diana Musteata
+32 (0)2 229 39 34
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