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What the US Election Means For Central and Eastern Europe

November 10, 2020 at 9:30 am to 10:30 am
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As President-Elect Joe Biden prepares for office, European leaders await to see how his Administration will engage with US partners on a number of key issues.

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By: Amelia Martin

As President-Elect Joe Biden prepares for office, European leaders await to see how his Administration will engage with US partners on a number of key issues from Russia and China to climate change and democratic resilience. Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), in particular, continues to face challenges from Russia and expanding Chinese influence in the region. Our experts discuss what the outcome of the US election means for the CEE region and what comes next.

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Speakers:

Maksym Eristavi, Fellow, Center for European Policy Analysis

Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Former President of Estonia; Distinguished Fellow, Center for European Policy Analysis

Péter Krekó, Executive Director, Political Capital

Katarzyna Pisarska, Senior Fellow, Center for European Policy Analysis

Moderator: 

Alina Polyakova, President & CEO, Center for European Policy Analysis

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