Date(s) - 03/07/2017
19:00 - 21:00
Casa de América
With the advent of the Trump administration in the White House, the United States has begun to redefine its international relations. The US’s simultaneously isolationist yet interventionist policies could provide Europe and Latin America with the opportunity to strengthen their own connection. The rapport between Spain and Latin America enables Spain to assume an important role, as both regions work towards harmonious and productive relationships.
In this context, Common Action Forum and Casa de América have organized a debate entitled Ibero-American countries and their role in light of the Trump Administration. It will take place at Casa de América on Monday July 3rd, from 7 pm to 9 pm. Open and free to the public, the round table discussion will include a distinguished panel: Celso Amorim, Brasil’s Former Minister of Foreign Affairs; Marcelo Ebrard, Mexico DF’s Former Head of Government; and Miguel Ángel Moratinos, Spain’s Former Minister of Foreign Affairs. José María Forte, Director of Radio 5, will act as moderator.
To confirm attendance, please register here.