What do the U.S. elections portend for transatlantic relations? How will their outcome affect security cooperation and impact European partners and European affairs more generally? We will address these questions at a roundtable discussion co-sponsored by the BMW Center for German and European Studies, Georgetown University and the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS).
A roundtable discussion with:
BMW Center for German & European Studies, Georgetown University
Jeffrey Anderson is a full professor, holding joint appointments in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and Department of Government. From 2002 to 2018, he served as Graf Goltz Professor & Director of the BMW Center for German and European Studies in the Walsh School. Anderson works at the intersection of comparative political economy and European integration.
Center for Security & Emerging Technology, Georgetown University
Andrew Imbrie is a senior fellow at Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology. He served previously as a foreign policy advisor and speechwriter to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and as a professional staff member on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Department of Government, Georgetown University & AICGS
Eric Langenbacher is a Senior Fellow and Director of the Society, Culture & Politics Program at AICGS. He is also affiliated with Georgetown University as a Teaching Professor and Director of the Honors Program in the Department of Government. His research interests include collective memory, political culture, and electoral politics in Germany and Europe.
BMW Center for German & European Studies, Georgetown University & AICGS
Gale Mattox is Director of the Foreign & Security Policy Program at AICGS, a Professor in the Political Science Department at the U.S. Naval Academy, and an Adjunct Professor with the BMW Center for German and European Studies at Georgetown University.
Rachel Rizzo (Moderator)
Turman Center for National Policy
Rachel Rizzo serves as Director of Programs at the Truman Center and the Truman National Security Project She is also a Research Associate for the Strategy and Statecraft Program at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS). Her work focuses on U.S. foreign policy and defense strategy, geopolitics, NATO, and Europe.
This lecture is supported by the Michael C. Olshausen Fund and in partnership with the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS).
This discussion will be held via a Zoom video conference. The Zoom link will be provided upon registration.