The United States will have a new President as of January 20. The long and bitter campaign that preceded his election raised many questions about the future of transatlantic collaboration and the values on which this collaboration was built. To help us gauge what to expect from the new U.S. presidency, especially with regards to its policy priorities, relations with Europe, and the impact it might have on multiple pivotal elections across the Atlantic in 2017, The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is organizing a series of Leadership Perspectives on the United States in Transition, November 30 to December 14.
GMF Leadership Perspectives are exclusive to alumni of GMF’s leadership programs, namely the Marshall Memorial Fellowship, Manfred Worner Seminar, Transatlantic Inclusive Leaders Network, APSA Congressional Fellowship, and Asmus Policy Entrepreneurs Fellowship, and are made possible thanks to the generous support of the Alumni Leadership Council. Thank you for considering becoming a member.
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