Marcin Zaborowski
04 June 2016

U.S. Elections 2016: Implications for Europe

CEPA and World in Focus invite you to a public debate:

U.S. Elections 2016: Implications for Europe

The U.S. presidential elections aren’t just interesting to Americans. Eager to see who the next president will be, countries all over the world follow the election contest with rapt attention. Part of this curiosity is seeped in self-preservation: each country is anxious to glean some information about the next administration’s foreign policy. To break through this uncertainty, CEPA will act as a guide to answer the most pressing questions: What will be the policy of each presidential candidate towards Europe and towards the world? What will be more important to the next president – security or economy? How will U.S. foreign policy be shaped after the elections? What is likely to change, and will Europe remain a strategic partner for the U.S.?



Judy Dempsey
Senior Associate at Carnegie Europe, Editor in Chief at Strategic Europe

Senator Chris Steineger 
Kansas State Senator 1996-2012

Executive Vice-President at Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA)


Bartosz Węglarczyk
Programme Director at Onet Group


Time and Venue:

June 4 (Saturday) 2016 
11:30  – 13:00 
 Museum of the History of Polish Jews POLIN
Anielewicza 6 street, 00-157 Warsaw, Poland
room: Audytorium



The organizers provide simultaneous translation (Polish-English)

Please confirm your attendance by 3 June 2016 (Friday) at 12:00.
In case of problems with registration please contact Olgierd Syczewski at olgierd.syczewski@cepa.org or call (+48) 510-216-540

The event is organised with the support of the U.S. Embassy in Poland 

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