Recent events

Launch of 'Europe, the US and China: A love-hate triangle?'

Launch of 'Europe, the US and China: A love-hate triangle?'

12 October 2020
The authors of the CER policy brief 'Europe, the US and China: A love-hate triangle?' discuss the paper's findings and recommendations with Yu Jie, senior research fellow on China in the Asia-Pacific Programme at Chatham House.
CER/EDAM 16th Bodrum Roundtable

CER/EDAM 16th Bodrum Roundtable

08 October 2020 to 09 October 2020
Speakers included Kostas Bakoyannis, William J Burns, Reinhard Bütikofer, Ekrem İmamoğlu, Rana Mitter, Marietje Schaake, Kori Schake, Namık Tan, Nathalie Tocci and Linda Yueh.
CER/Kreab webinar on 'The EU's aims for its future relationship with the UK' with Clara Martinez Alberola, Deputy Director-General, Task Force for Relations with the United Kingdom, European Commission

CER/Kreab webinar on 'The EU's aims for its future relationship with the UK'

21 September 2020
With Clara Martínez Alberola, Deputy Director-General, Task Force for Relations with the United Kingdom, European Commission
Webinar on the interaction between fiscal and monetary policy in the eurozone

Webinar on the interaction between fiscal and monetary policy in the eurozone

11 September 2020
Isabel Schnabel, member of the European Central Bank’s Executive Board, discussed the role the ECB has played during this pandemic.
Troubled waters: Members' webinar on tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean and the South China Sea

Troubled waters: Members' webinar on tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean and the South China Sea

09 September 2020
Ian Bond and Luigi Scazzieri discussed tensions related to maritime disputes in the South China Sea and the Eastern Mediterranean.
Webinar on 'What next for Belarus?' with Katia Glod, Nigel Gould-Davies and Dirk Schuebel

Webinar on 'What next for Belarus?'

04 September 2020
Katia Glod, Nigel Gould-Davies and Dirk Schuebel discussed the rising tensions in Belarus and what the short- and medium-term prospects are for Belarus now.
Webinar on 'Is Xi Jinping’s China Dream fated to be a nightmare for the West?'

Webinar on 'Is Xi Jinping’s China Dream fated to be a nightmare for the West?'

30 July 2020
David Rennie, Beijing Bureau Chief of The Economist, discussed the problems for the West of having China as its largest trading partner and its sharpest ideological rival;
Webinar on 'New Zealand and the changing trade policy context in a post-COVID-19 world' with Vangelis Vitalis, Deputy Secretary for Trade and Economic Affairs, New Zealand

Webinar on 'New Zealand and the changing trade policy context in a post-COVID-19 world'

28 July 2020
Vangelis Vitalis, New Zealand’s Deputy Secretary for Trade and Economic Affairs, discussed COVID-19’s impact on global trade and the fragility of the rules-based trading system.
 
Members' webinar on Brexit

Members' webinar on Brexit

22 July 2020
Charles Grant and Sam Lowe discussed the Brexit negotiations and the UK’s preparedness for the end of the transition period with members of the CER. Video here.
 
 
 
Webinar on 'The prospects for a deal on the European recovery fund' with Jörg Kukies, State Secretary for Europe and Financial Markets, Germany

Webinar on 'The prospects for a deal on the European recovery fund'

14 July 2020
Jörg Kukies, State Secretary for Europe and Financial Markets, Germany discussed the prospects for a deal on the European recovery fund.

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