Donald Trump and the transatlantic relationship: All talk and no action?

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Original languageEnglish
Publication date10 Oct 2019
Publication statusPublished - 10 Oct 2019
EventTransatlantic Relations in times of Uncertainty. Drivers and Mechanisms of EU-US relations - NUPI, Oslo, Norway
Duration: 17 Oct 201918 Oct 2019

Workshop

WorkshopTransatlantic Relations in times of Uncertainty. Drivers and Mechanisms of EU-US relations
LocationNUPI
CountryNorway
CityOslo
Period17/10/201918/10/2019
OtherTransAt Workshop will be held at NUPI, Oslo, 17-18 October 2019.<br/>https://www.facebook.com/relationstransat/<br/><br/>Presentation of the project, status and framework will be announced. Also, preliminary papers will be presented by the partners and discussed.<br/><br/>Thursday program 17/10-2019<br/><br/>Welcome and presentation of the project, questions, and framework paper by Marianne Riddervold and Akasemi Newsome<br/><br/>Mike Smith – Transatlantic Relations, International Structures, and World Order<br/><br/>Kolja Raube – Transatlantic Relations and Coherence in Regional Cooperation<br/><br/>Amund Lundesgaard – The Norwegian and Barents seas in US-European Security<br/><br/>Relations: A Complicating factor<br/><br/>Gorm Rye Olsen – Donald Trump and NATO: Limitations on the power of an unpredictable president (EU-NATO/EU-US security relations)<br/><br/>Pernille Rieker – EU-US security relations in Africa<br/><br/>Ole Gunnar Austvik – EU-US relations and the future regulation of the Arctic region<br/><br/>Friday program 18/10-2019<br/><br/>Bart Kerremans – Is Relational Panic Warranted in the Transatlantic Trade Relationship?<br/><br/>Herman Schwartz – Stable Imbalances? The European Union, the United States, and trans-Atlantic trade<br/><br/>Ingrid Hjertaker and Bent Sofus Tranøy – US-EU monetary and financial relations. Complex interdependence under financialization.<br/><br/>Mike Smith, Akasemi Newsome and Marianne Riddervold to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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