Paris, 17 décembre 2008 – Les Etats-Unis et l’Europe : une nouvelle donne ?

Séminaire d’experts organisé par Notre Europe, le bureau de Paris du German Marshall Fund of the US et Europeum dans le cadre du Forum Transatlantique.

Dans le cadre du Forum Transatlantique, Notre Europe, le bureau de Paris du German Marshall Fund of the US et Europeum organisent un séminaire d’experts le 17 Décembre 2008 de 10h00 à 17h00 avec le soutien de la Délégation de la Commission européenne à Washington et l‘Institut des Démocrates européens.

Programme :

Session 10.00am-1.00pm: Task Force Analyses and Recommendations

Introduction « Transatlantic Policy Forum » Project Presentation by David Kràl, Director, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, Czech Republic

What Kind of Cooperation for Common Challenges? Analyses and recommendations of the task force:

1. WTO and Trade Issues

Jean-Christophe Bureau, Agro Paris-Grignon, Notre Europe

Discussant: Joe Guinan, The German Marshall Fund of the US, Brussels

Policy paper de Jean-Christophe Bureau

2. EU-US Cooperation in the EU Neighbourhood

Vera Rihackova, Research Fellow, EUROPEUM Institute for European policy

Discussant: Nida Gelazis, Program Associate and Editor, East European Studies, The Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington

Policy paper, Rapporteur Véra Rihackova

Background paper Véra Rihackova

3. Democracy Assistance and Promotion

John K. Glenn, Director of Foreign Policy, The German Marshall Fund of the US, Washington
Discussant: Luca Bader, Executive director, Institute of European Democrats, Brussels

Policy paper d’Anna Michalski

4. Energy Security and Climate Change

William Siefken, Senior associate, Center for Strategic and International Studies

Discussant: Cyril Loisel, Coordinator of the programme on Climate change, IDDRI

Policy paper du Center for Strategic and International Studies

Session 2.30pm-5.00pm: International ConferenceEU-US: a New Deal?

Opening Remarks by Denis Simonneau, Director of Cabinet for the French Secretary of State for European Affairs

The forthcoming EU Presidency by Vaclav Bartuska, Ambassador-at-large for energy security of the Czech Republic

Summary and Recommendations from morning session by David Kral, Europeum

Moderator: Christian Lequesne, Senior Research Fellow, CERI – Sciences Po

Speakers:

Joachim Bitterlich, Executive Vice-president of Véolia environnement, Vice-President of Notre Europe Laurent Cohen-Tanugi Lawyer and essayist Sandro Gozi, Member of Parliament, Italian Parliament Seth Winnick, Minister Counsellor for Economic Affairs, Embassy of the United States, France

Closing Remarks Gunnar Lund, Ambassador, Embassy of Sweden, France (tbc)

L'événement est terminé.

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