Western Values under Siege. How Open Societies Compete in a Multipolar World

Western Values under Siege. How Open Societies Compete in a Multipolar World

Podiumsdiskussion

The transatlantic community has always stressed that relations are not just based on common interests or the existence of a common enemy but also on shared values. In the context of international relations and the global order, this is widely seen as a huge advantage. The Second Berlin Transatlantic Conference will bring together renowned experts and decision-makers from both sides of the Atlantic to exchange ideas and seek answers to major challenges facing the transatlantic community in the areas of security, energy, trade, and also to discuss issues pertaining to our shared foundation of Western values.

Datum: 
14.10.2015 Uhr (Ganztägig)
Ort: 
Aspen Institute Germany e.V.
Freidrichstraße 60
10117 Berlin
Deutschland
Ansprechpartner: 
Dr. Ben Scott