NYU's Center for Global Affairs is pleased to invite YPFP members to join this panel discussion. Terrorism, security, Russian influence, refugees...will Europe and the US cooperate in a period of increased political fragmentation? The increasingly strained relationships both within Europe, and across the Atlantic with the US, have significant implications for peace and security. Are Europe and the United States destined to grow apart after over 70 years of partnership? Join academics, policy-makers, and other members of the international community in an examination of the transatlantic ties that have generally united Europe and the U.S.; the current status of that relationship, including the issues that divide us; and areas in which a strengthened partnership would be most effective, such as transnational security, trade, and the current refugee crisis. Co-sponsored by the Office of Member of European Parliament Tamas Meszerics, the NYU Remarque Institute, and NYU Center for European and Mediterranean Studies
Please note that this is not a YPFP-hosted nor sponsored event. We are sharing this event with our members for their edification.
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