The ESC’s Virtual Briefings provide up-to-date and in-depth reports on issues impacting transatlantic business relations. Using videoconference technology, top experts from around the world present comprehensive and detailed briefings aimed at professional audiences. Individuals are able to participate from their desktop, laptop, or hand-held computers, ask questions of the experts, and learn the latest news during the course of a lunch hour. Virtual Briefings require registration in advance and may involve a small fee. Click on upcoming briefings below for more details.
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Wednesday May 3, 2017
Transatlantic Relationship After the First 100 Days: The referendum on Brexit and the new foreign policy priorities of American President Donald Trump hold the potential for significantly altering EU-US relations over the next few years. Broadcast from Florida International University in partnership with the Miami Jean Monnet Center of Excellence.
Mike Smith, University of Warwick
Alasdair Young, Georgia Tech
Kathleen McInnis, nonresident senior fellow with the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security
Thursday July 14, 2016
Brexit Update: On June 23rd, voters in the UK went to the polls and voted by a slim margin to leave the EU. The political and economic repercussions were immediate. When will the dust settle? And what will Europe - and the UK - look like when it does?
Jae-Jae Spoon, Associate Professor of Political Science,University of Pittsburgh
Tim Oliver, Dahrendorf Fellow on Europe-North America Relations, London School of Economics
Sean Ehrlich, Associate Professor of Political Science,Florida State University
Tuesday April 12, 2016
EU_US Privacy Shield Update: “Safe Harbor” is gone, replaced by a new US-EU Privacy Shield agreement. What does this means for US businesses and protection of personal data?
Ted Dean, US Department of Commerce, Chief Negotiator of US-EU Privacy Shield
Pierluigi Perri, University of Milan, Specialist in Advance Computer Law
David Thaw, University of Pittsburgh, Specialist in Law and Information