Roundtable on Business and Transatlantic Relations

Staff: David Braunschvig, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Business and Foreign Policy
January 1, 2003 - Present

This roundtable series explores current issues at the intersection of U.S. foreign policy and private sector activity. Meetings in the past have focused on the possible effects of anti-Americanism in Europe on U.S. brands, the negotiations between the European Union and the United States over genetically modified foods, and the impact of the European Union's satellite navigation system (Galileo) on U.S. strategic interests. The aim of the series is to inform the current debate on those policies important to both corporate executives and government officials, and to provide them with constructive and thoughtful recommendations.

Meetings

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Immigration and Globalization: European and American Perspectives

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How Should Governments Drive Industry Change? Lessons Learned from the Global Automotive Sector

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Roundtable on Business and Transatlantic Relations: Action, Reaction, or Over-Reaction? Policy Measures Addressing the Global Crisis

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Roundtable on Business and Transatlantic Relations: Making Governance Global - Who Oversees the Multinational Enterprise?

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Transatlantic Relations and the Competitiveness of Global Companies

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Transatlantic Relations and The Competitiveness of Global Companies: CEO Series in Transatlantic Relations

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Global Marketshare/Global Mindshare: How Does the Foreign Policy Debate Affect American Brands in Europe?

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Current Negotiations on Agricultural Biotechnology

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