With a new U.S. administration and a more assertive and capable European Union, there is now a once-in-a-generation opportunity to design a new transatlantic agenda for global cooperation based on our common values, interests, and global influence. Against the backdrop of a new geopolitical and economic reality, a strong transatlantic relationship to sustain peace and security is undeniably relevant. A Feminist Foreign Policy questions the traditional understanding of state security and calls for a people-centered approach to security and peace. How can this approach be integrated into transatlantic relations? What are the resources and policies needed to strengthen European and transatlantic defense, as well as transatlantic security cooperation from a feminist perspective?
Join 1014 and CFFP, in support from the ACG, to discuss these questions with Pam Campos Palma, political strategist, former military intelligence analyst, and Director of Peace and Security at the Working Families Party; and Verity Coyle, Senior Advisor and Nonresident Fellow with Stimson’s Conventional Defense program.
Moderated by Kristina Lunz, Executive Director of the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy.