AIG Series: Europe in a Dynamic World – The US-EU Relationship under President Joe Biden

The inauguration of President Joe Biden in January was greeted with huge relief in Europe. Renewed US support for multilateralism and alliances seemed to augur a new era of transatlantic cooperation and US global leadership.

However domestically, Biden faces enormous policy challenges, dealing with the dual health and economic crisis of COVID-19, at a time when the United States remains bitterly divided. In addition to this, Democrats are far from cohesive on their policy agenda and hold a wafer-thin majority on Capitol Hill. Will the demands of domestic policy impact the will and capability of the United States to resume a global leadership role?

As part of the AIG series ‘Europe in a Dynamic World’, join Dr. Leslie Vinjamuri for an expert look ahead at what next the Biden administration will mean for the transatlantic relationship. What should Europe, and European business, expect from the US over the next four years?

Guest Speaker: Dr Leslie Vinjamuri, Director, US and the Americas Programme; Dean, Queen Elizabeth II Academy for Leadership in International Affairs

Moderator: Michael Jensen, General Manager Nordics, AIG

Please register HERE.

March 9 @ 09:30
09:30 — 10:30 (1h)