U.S. Foreign Policy after the 2020 Elections
The last four year have seen transatlantic relations shaken by major turbulences as the administration of President Donald Trump implemented a diplomatic, security, and economic policy agenda that challenged fundamentals Europe had taken for granted up to then. If 2016’s presidential election only presaged the potential for such disruption, this year’s contest is being followed with particular intensity in Europe as it is clear that which one of Trump or Joe Biden is elected will clearly have major implications for the transatlantic relationship in all dimensions. The German Marshall Fund’s experts will provide their perspective on these issues ahead of and after the vote on November 3.
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