nline international conference, 9-10 November, 2020 (CEST; Brussels time)
On 3 November 2020, after intense weeks of heated debate, the United States of America voted for Joe Biden as President of the country. The world is intently focused on which political direction the country will take and the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and the German Marshall Fund of the U.S. (GMF) brought together leading European and U.S. experts and policy-makers to analyse U.S. domestic political realities and what the election results mean for the country and the world.
The conversation also explored what U.S. foreign policy may look like under a Biden adiministration and what the future of 'Trumpism' will be. What will be the impact on U.S. global leadership on its weakened commitment to multilateralism, and on the U.S. relationship with the EU? Could we see a resurgence of transatlantic engagement and what would that look like?
- Monday, November 9th 15.00-16.15 (CEST) Session I: Election 2020- what happened and what’s next? Watch the panel
- Tuesday, November 10th 16.00-17.15 (CEST) Session II: The U.S. and the multilateral world order: The EU-U.S. relationship post-2020. Watch the panel
Wednesday, 2 December 2020 14.00-17.00 CET. Online conference.
FEPS joins SOLIDAR for its European Conference 2020 to discuss lessons learned from the pandemic in the social realm, as well as CSOs' role in a just recovery.
As the pandemic endures, t... learn more
4 December 2020 - 11AM. Online meetiong upon invistation only.
To kick-off a new project on circular economy that FEPS will be running with partners a policy review meeting will be held. The objective is to gather experts, policy-makers, academics and stakeholders together to dis... learn more
Monday, 7 December 2020, 12.30-13.30 (Brussels local time; CET) via Zoom
For over four months Belarusian citizens have continued