Friday, April 22, 2016

Speaking on the US election at the European Parliament, Apr. 25

I'm pleased to be joining Sewell Chan, London-based International Editor of the New York Times, for a series of discussions on the U.S. election and political situation next week in Europe, where I gather our political contest is being watched closely and perhaps with a bit of trepidation.

Our events -- five in three days in Brussels, Paris, and Belgrade -- are primarily hosted by the German Marshall Fund of the United States, as part of its longstanding mission of promoting Trans-Atlantic understanding. Most of these, as I understand it, are invitation only, but one exception, if you're willing to jump through some administrative and security hoops, is our discussion at the European Parliament in Brussels this coming Monday, April 25.

This particular event, convened by the U.S. Mission to the European Union and EU40, a group of young members of the European Parliament, takes place from 14:30 to 16:00. (RSVPs are mandatory.) It will be hosted by Victor Negrescu, MEP from Romania, and moderated by Michael DeTar of the U.S. Mission.

Thanks in advance to GMF, EU40, and the U.S. Mission for having us.

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