Talk and discussion with HE John B. Emerson
The ongoing crisis in Ukraine is just one of the current global challenges that no individual nation can confront alone. A sound transatlantic alliance has the potential to form the foundation of global stability – but in order to revive this relationship, in a world still shaken by the NSA disclosures, trust based on shared values and goals must be rebuilt. Moreover, both players are facing difficult negotiations about a future Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). What does the path to a transatlantic renaissance look like? What challenges and opportunities does it hold?
Commentary and discussion:
Rolf Langhammer, Economic Policy Centre, Institute for the World Economy, Kiel
Helmut K. Anheier, Dean, President and Professor of Sociology, Hertie School