A Roundtable with Damian Collins, MP
- Karen Kornbluh, Senior Fellow & Director, Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
- Susan Ness, Distinguished Fellow, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
- Damian Collins, Member of Parliament, House of Commons
- Nicola Schmidt, Director of Programmes, Democracy Reporting International, former Deputy Head of the ODIHR Elections Department
- Zsófia Banuta, Co-founder and Managing Director, Unhack Democracy
- Garvan Walshe, Co-founder and Chair, Unhack Democracy
- Daniel Hegedüs, Central Europe Fellow, German Marshall Fund of the United States
Transatlantic Tuesdays - Double Header: The Start of the Primaries and President Trump's State of the Union Address
GMF Berlin recently launched Transatlantic Tuesdays, a regular get-together to discuss the 2020 U.S. presidential election over the course of the year. Every month, we will bring together American and European voices to analyze the latest trends in Washington and to comment on their potential consequences for transatlantic cooperation. Following the brief expert statements (15 minutes in total), we will then engage in an open debate.
Join us for a lively discussion over beer and pretzels!
European countries differ on how to respond to the disruption created by Donald Trump’s United States. Friends and allies in Warsaw, Berlin, and Paris disagree with each other. They do not read the foreign policy environment in quite the same way, resulting in divergent strategic outlooks. This has been known for some time, but President Emmanuel Macron’s comments about NATO being “brain dead” and the subsequent NATO leader’s meeting have put these differences into stark relief.