EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and Atlantic Council in cooperation with the U.S. Embassy in the Czech Republic cordially invite you to an event titled:
Defending our Democratic Norms: Strengthening Transatlantic Relations in Times of Conflict
The in-person debate will take place on Thursday, 23rd November 2022 from 10:00 to 11:30 at American Center, Tržiště 366 Malá Strana, Prague.
Registration link for personal participation can be found here: https://bit.ly/
The discussion will be held in English and live-streamed on EUROPEUM Facebook page.
To watch the discussion on Facebook, please follow this link. You will be able to ask your questions in the comment section below the video.
You can find more information about the debate on our Facebook event.
- Jamie Fly, Director and CEO, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
- Mark Gitenstein, US Ambassador to the European Union
- Maya Kandel, Researcher, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, France
- Alena Kudzko, Director, GLOBSEC Policy Institute
- Petr Tůma, Visiting Fellow, Atlantic Council
Moderator: Danielle Piatkiewicz, Research Fellow, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy
Over the last decade, the Transatlantic relationship has faced many trials and tribulations, often questioning the strength and resilience of the alliance. From internal and external threats seeking to undermine the democratic values that bind the allies, the alliance has found resolve and purpose in light of the invasion of Ukraine. However, will this newfound purpose be enough, especially with emerging security threats from Russia and China?
As geopolitical challenges and global tensions rise, can the Transatlantic relationship’s shared values and commitment to democracy continue to strengthen relations? How will President Biden’s Summit for Democracy – planned for the first quarter of 2023 – hold countries accountable for their commitments to democracy? This session will discuss the latest developments in US-EU relations, especially after the US Midterms and discuss how to ensure relations remain strong as 2023 approaches.