Transatlantic cooperation remains of strategic importance at a time when Western democratic and economic systems are under increasing pressure.
While the number of international challenges grows, fresh ideas are needed to revive the transatlantic relationship, in order to avoid reverting to the status quo after Joe Biden’s inauguration.
How do democratic countries address a more assertive China and Russia?
What measures can meet the growing urgency around climate change?
And what can be done to meet the demands of emerging technologies and a global trading system in flux?
As with all member events, questions from the audience drive the conversation.