Amerika Haus Event - The New Administration and Transatlantic Relations – A New Order?
President Trump’s agenda, as made manifest in his inaugural speech, proclaims to put “America First.”
Speaker: Wade Jacoby, Professor of Political Science, Brigham Young University - in English
Organizer: Bavarian Center for Transatlantic Relations in co-operation with the US Consulate General Munich
When: Tuesday, 28th March, 1900-2100.
Where: Amerika Haus (temporary site), Barer Str. 19a, 80333
Sign-Up: Amerika Haus website – firstname.lastname@example.org
“America First” entails the departure from policies that had governed the last six decades of American politics such as advocacy of a free market and close ties to transatlantic partners – e.g. with NATO. At the same time the Trump administration has not yet provided a detailed plan that outlines the future of U.S. security politics and economic strategies.
In his talk, Professor Wade Jacoby will evaluate from an American vantage point the outlook for conflict and co-operation on security issues and economic relations between Europe, Germany and the United States under the Trump administration. He will base his comments on the results of a report of the Transatlantic Academy that will incorporate the latest developments in American politics.