Calling All Young Professionals!
The strength of transatlantic relations depends on each new generation rededicating themselves to the bonds that have built the world’s greatest alliance for peace and prosperity. Join us for this series of networking events that will feature in-depth discussions on the importance of the EU-U.S. relationship by looking at key areas that are paramount to its success today and tomorrow. Each event is 21+ and features complimentary European food and drink.
- All events start at 7 PM, but doors open at 6
- Attendance is free but space is limited, so please RSVP!
- All attendees must bring ID and proof of vaccination
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Energy & Ukraine: The Global Implications of Russia’s Invasion
Wednesday, July 20, 7-8 PM, at Franklin Hall
Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has threatened the global order in nearly every way imaginable, with a reliance on energy emerging as one of the key areas of importance for both the European Union and the United States.
- Dagmara Koska, Energy Counsellor and Deputy Head of Global Issues & Innovations, Delegation of the European Union to the U.S.
- Sara Schonhardt, International Climate Reporter, Energy & Environment News
The Digital Element of EU-US Relations
Wednesday, August 24, 7-8 PM, at Franklin Hall
Between GDPR, the Digital Single Market, cyber security threats, online trading, and more — learn how the success of today’s transatlantic relationship hinges on the development of its digital policy.
- Peter Fatelnig, Minister-Counsellor for Digital Economy Policy (EU Delegation)
- Evi Fuelle, Director of Global Policy (Credo AI)
EU-US Trade 101: From Trade Wars to Trade Friendships
Wednesday, September 21, 7-8 PM, at Franklin Hall
The transatlantic trade relationship has long been one of the strongest trade relationships in the world. But today, issues such as food security, China, and Putin’s invasion of Ukraine present obstacles that the EU and United States must navigate together if they are to keep this relationship thriving and mutually beneficial.
- Tomas Baert, Head of Trade (EU Delegation)
- Ana Swanson, Trade and International Economics Reporter (New York Times)