Events

Prague House, Avenue Palmerston 16, Brussels, Belgium
Speakers:
Dita Charanzová
Chase Peter
Petr Zahradník
Ivan Hodáč
Bruno Lété
Moderates:
Jan Macháček

The European Liberal Forum and Institute for Politics and Society, in cooperation with Prague House, cordially invite you to the discussion ‘Transatlantic Trade in the Trump Era: New Strategies for Europe.’

From the Trade War to the possibility of co-operation to reduce the tariff and the overall trade liberalisation, there will be implications on overall relations between the EU and US. An assessment of the changing US position in the international economy. Come and be familiar with possibilities of new emerging trade deals between EU and other countries, and discuss a better position for the UK intrade negotiations post-Brexit.

What strategies should Europe apply in the Trump Era of the Transatlantic Trade? Is there any strategy in the first place?What kind of ideas and tools are behind the European approach,and is it actually working? What are further possible developmentof the Transatlantic Trade? Is there any ambition to sign a new trade agreement in the current political climate? 

Speakers:

Dita Charanzová, Member of the European Parliament, Vice-Chair of the Committe on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO), ALDE/ANO,

Ivan HodáčFounder and President of the Aspen Institute Central Europe,

Peter ChaseSenior Fellow of the German Marshall Fund of the United States,

Petr Zahradník, Member of the European Economic and Social Committee,

Bruno Lété, Senior Fellow of the German Marshall Fund of the United States.

The debate will take place on 20th November 2018 in the Prague House (Avenue Palmerston 16, Brussels). The debate will be moderated by Jan Macháček, Chairman of the Board of Trustee, Institute for Politics and Society.

R.S.V.P:  praguehouse@praha.eu

 

 

This is a roundtable discussion organized by the European Liberal Forum (ELF) with the assistance of the Institute for Politics and Society, and co-funded by the European Parliament. The European Parliament is not responsible for the content of the program, or for any use that may be made of it. These views do not necessarily reflect those of the European Parliament and/or the European Liberal Forum.