Public Opinion, Transatlantic Relations, and the Use of Force
September 14, 12:00 - 14:00
GMF Brussels Office
Data suggests that there are fundamental differences between the United States and Europe on the acceptability of the use of force. A recently published book called Public Opinion, Transatlantic Relations, and the Use of Force
, examines these differences largely using data from GMF’s Transatlantic Trends
surveys from the past decade. Authors Philip Everts and Pierangelo Isernia note that while Americans and Europeans share similar attitudes on international affairs, they differ considerably on issues like the use of military force. Join us for a panel discussion on transatlantic public opinion, the use of force, and its political implications.
Dr. Philip Everts, Professor, Leiden University
Dr. Pierangelo Isernia, Professor of Political Science, University of Siena
The Hon. Marietje Schaake, Member, European Parliament
Dr. Jamie Shea, Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges, NATO
Dr. Ian Lesser, Senior Director for Foreign and Security Policy, Executive Director, Brussels Office, The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF)
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