On the heels of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s visit to the United States, Energy & Environment Program Associate Director Mihaela Carstei joins CTV to discuss the Keystone Pipeline project that would transport tar sands oil from Canada and the northern United States to refineries in the Gulf coast of Texas.
On Monday, September 20, the Atlantic Council, the U.S. National Intelligence Council (NIC), the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS), and Transatlantic Policy Network (TPN) held an event for the public release and discussion of the joint U.S.-E.U. report Global Governance 2025. This report analyzes the gap between current international governance institutions, organizations and norms and the demands for global governance likely to be posed by long-term strategic challenges over the next 15 years. The report is the product of research and analysis by the NIC and EUISS following a series of international dialogues co-organized by the Atlantic Council, TPN, and other partner organizations in Beijing, Tokyo, Dubai, New Delhi, Pretoria, Sao Paulo & Brasilia, Moscow, and Paris.
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Event Audio (mp3) and Transcript (pdf)
Frederick Kempe, President & CEO, Atlantic Council
Key Findings Presented by
Mathew Burrows, Counselor, U.S. National Intelligence Council
Giovanni Grevi, Senior Researcher, FRIDE & former Senior Research Fellow, European Union Institute for Security Studies
With Comments by
William Burke-White, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State
Discussion Moderated by
Banning Garrett, Director, Program on Asia, Atlantic Council
Closing Remarks by
Alvaro de Vasconcelos, Director, European Union Institute for Security Studies
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