May 22: The History and Future of the Transatlantic Bond [webchat]

1959
Ask Your Questions Here!

The United States deeply values the decades-long transatlantic bond with our European allies to protect shared freedoms, shared values and shared security. What is the core of our transatlantic bond, and how has this grown and evolved over time?

Join the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs’ Acting Assistant Secretary John Heffern, Foreign Affairs Officer Kathleen Holmes and Daniel Hamilton of the Center for Transatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins University for a webchat that will include discussion on the character, history and future of the trans-Atlantic relationship, and how it has helped to promote stability in the North Atlantic area and foster a Europe that is whole, free, at peace and prosperous.

Come back to this page for the live program, where there will be a chat space for you to ask questions. Or ask questions via Twitter using the hashtag #AskHeffern.