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Feminist Foreign Policy

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. On March 31, the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy, 1014, with the support of the ACG hosted a discussion 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; and moderated by Kristina Lunz, Executive Director of the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy.