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The impact of US elections on Europe and the future EU-UK relationship

When: Monday, November 16, 2020 - Tuesday, November 17, 2020, 11:30 PM - 1:00 PM
Where: Zoom

Is the incoming Biden presidency good news for Europe?
Is the return to multilateralism by the US a good thing for the transatlantic relationship?
How will that impact the future of NATO? 
What does this victory mean for Brexit and the future of the EU-UK relations?
Will a UK-US trade deal be delayed?
What impact would it have for Ireland?
Will the restoring of the transatlantic relationship wished by Biden shift the focus of US engagement on Berlin, Paris and Brussels, rather than London?
What will be Europe's steps to re-engage with the US? Will there be a renewed transatlantic commitment for a strong global health governance? 

Join us for a debate with experts 
Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer, Director of Research Paris Office-German Marshall Fund
Christian Lequesne Professor at Sciences Po
Richard Johnson Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London
Debate moderated by Sarah Wolff, Director Center for European Research, Principal Investigator NEXTEUK Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on the future of EU-UK Relations, Queen Mary University of London (Funded by Erasmus + programme)
Photo credit: 
 "US vice-president Joe Biden official visits to the European Parliament" by European Parliament is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

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