The referendum on Brexit and the new foreign policy priorities of American President Donald Trump hold the potential for significantly altering EU-US relations over the next few years. What are the prospects for a multi-lateral trade agreement? Have new security concerns changed traditional defense priorities? How does the current state of theTransatlantic relationship compare to other episodes in its history? What can American businesses and professionals expect moving forward?
Alasdair Young, Professor of International Affairs, Co-Director for the Center for European and Transatlantic Studies, The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Tech
Kathleen McInnis, International Security Analyst, Congressional Research Service
Michael H. Smith, Professor in European Politics, University of Warwick
Markus Thiel, Assoc. Prof. & Director, Jean Monnet EU Center of Excellence, Florida International University
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