The State of the Transatlantic Alliance: A Conversation with Rose Gottemoeller (ESIA MA '81)
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
6:00-7:00pm | Event and Q&A
7:00-8:00pm | Reception
Lindner Commons, Room 602
Elliott School of International Affairs
1957 E St NW
As the first woman and second American ever appointed Deputy Secretary-General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Rose Gottemoeller was instrumental in implementing the Alliance's deterrence initiatives against a resurgent Russian threat; enhancing NATO's counter-terrorism role in the Middle East; and adapting NATO to the era of great power competition, while navigating transatlantic tensions in the context of the Trump Administration's iconoclastic foreign policy, and the flawed narrative of an 'American retrenchment from Europe'.
This event is undertaken in the framework of a partnership between the Elliott School and NATO's Allied Command Transformation in Norfolk, VA, in which context ESIA since 2017 has hosted Secretary-General Stoltenberg and the Supreme Allied Commander/Transformation.
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