21st Foreign Policy Conference (Day 2) - Elements of a New Progressive Transatlanticism
Between Hard and Soft Power. The European Union in a More Competitive World
In a changing world, Europe needs to redefine its external relations. This also includes the transatlantic relationship, which used to be heavily dominated by NATO. As security cooperation between Europe and North America becomes more demanding, there are also new topics that can help deepen transatlantic cooperation.
In a transatlantic dialogue with next generation experts on both sides of the Atlantic, the Heinrich Boell Foundation wants to trace these new synergies, especially in the fields of
- security and defense policy,
- digital policy,
- democracy politics and
- the ecological transformation ("Green Deal")
The transatlantic dialogue takes place as part of the 21st Annual Foreign Policy Conference of the Heinrich Boell Foundation, which focuses on the concept of Europe's strategic sovereignty.
An Online-Event with (among others):
- Sergey Lagodinsky, Member of the European Parliament, Brussels
- Torrey Taussig, Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge (USA)
This is day 2 of the 21st Foreign Policy Conference 2021.
To register for day 1 and 3 please click here:
- 21st Foreign Policy Conference Day 1 (14 January 2021)
- 21st Foreign Policy Conference Day 3 (28 Januar 2021)
We look forward to seeing you there!
Foreign Policy Division of the Heinrich Boell Foundation
Please be advised that online events will be held using the software provided by Zoom. Depending on the type of event (that is, with or without audience participation), you may require a camera and/or a microphone in order to be able to take part.
You may either use the software client or the app. The internet browsers Chrome and Edge will enable you to participate simply via an access link. Further information on how to use Zoom is available here. Please make sure that you are using the latest version of Zoom so that you have the necessary settings.
The access information will be sent to you via e-mail 24 h prior to the event and, again, 2 h prior to the event.