Ten months into the Trump Administration, it is possible to start drawing some conclusions about the likely impact of the administration on the relationship between the United States and the European Union. These conclusions will be drawn by Anthony Gardner, a former American ambassador to the European Union. He was nominated by President Obama in February 2014 and served until January 2017. He played a pivotal role in some of the most challenging issues in the U.S.-EU relationship, including the negotiations to conclude a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Agreement, the Privacy Shield Agreement facilitating the transatlantic transfer of personal data by companies based in Europe and the Umbrella Agreement facilitating the transatlantic transfer of data between law enforcement authorities. Gardner is currently senior counsel at Sidley Consultancy in London.
The venue is organised by Access Europe and Spui25.It will take place at the University Library, Doelenzaal (Singel 425 Amsterdam) on Tuesday 28 November, 20:00-21:30.
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