Notable opportunities exist for the US and Europe to jointly overcome the current period of geopolitical uncertainty. In an increasingly multipolar world, the two sides of the Atlantic continue to share enduring vital interests and face a common set of challenges both in Europe and beyond. Promoting shared interests and managing common threats in the years ahead will necessitate not only continued cooperation, but a broader and reinvigorated transatlantic partnership than in the past.
Against this background, ISPI and the Foreign Policy Association (FPA), in cooperation with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Internatonal Cooperation, promote the Conference Transatlantic Relations: charting a new course, with the aim to discuss current trends in the US-EU relationship by focusing on three issues that currently shape the debate between the two shores of the Atlantic: NATO and the future of security cooperation; Transatlantic trade in an age of economic uncertainty; the future of the relationship with Russia.
Please be aware that, due to the limited number of seats, registration will be granted only upon written confirmation from ISPI.
Working language: English