After Munich: A Conversation on the Future of Europe and the Transatlantic Relationship

Called the engines of Europe, France and Germany have played central roles in the evolution of European integration and the development of a larger foreign and security role for Europe beyond its borders. Economic challenges, rising Euroscepticism, instability on Europe’s periphery, and a new U.S. administration have raised questions about Europe’s future. Please join us on Wednesday, March 1 for a timely and interactive discussion with two of Europe’s thought leaders, Andreas Michaelis, Political Director of the German Federal Foreign Office, and Nicolas de Rivière, Director General for Political Affairs and Security of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on Germany and France’s future vision for Europe, the transatlantic relationship, and Europe’s role in the world.

 

FEATURING

Andreas Michaelis

Political Director, German Federal Foreign Office

 

Nicolas de Rivière

Director General for Political Affairs and Security, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs

CSIS EXPERTS

 

Heather A. Conley

Senior Vice President for Europe, Eurasia, and the Arctic; and Director, Europe Program

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