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Twilight of the West: Does the Waning of America’s Global Leadership Spell the Weakening of the Transatlantic Partnership?
Nom de la conférence
22nd Transatlantic Policy Symposium
Date(s) de la conférence
Lieu de la conférence
Georgetown University, Washington D.C., ÉTATS-UNIS
Transatlantic relations, climate change, Relations transatlantiques, changement climatique
The Transatlantic Policy Symposium (TAPS) is an annual conference organized and run by graduate students of the Center for German and European Studies (School of Foreign Service) at Georgetown University. It brings together academics, students, and professionals from around the world to discuss pressing issues at the heart of the transatlantic relationship. TAPS was born in 1996 from a desire to connect future transatlantic leaders and generate ideas aiming to solve problems and increase our resilience. Through two decades of evolution, the conference has gained a social media presence, transitioned from presentation to panel-based, and widened its appeal to the general policy community. I applied and was invited to participate in the 22nd session of the TAPS in February 2018 ("Does the Waning of America’s Global Leadership Spell the Weakening of the Transatlantic Partnership?"). I presented my ongoing doctoral research on multi-level governance and transatlantic cooperation on climate change policy, and answered questions from transatlantic experts and students.