Frederick Kempe in Oslo: America’s role in the world
- 11:30 -
- Kongens gate 4
Frederick Kempe, President and CEO of the Atlantic Council (ACUS)
The United States, Norway and Europe’s most important ally, finds itself at a time of change. With President Donald Trump at the helm and global and domestic challenges mounting, the question naturally emerges as to the U.S. commitment to defence cooperation and the international community. Given these new domestic and global considerations, what is America’s role in the world? What might be the implications of an evolving U.S. global posture for Europe, and Norway more specifically?
The Atlantic Council is a nonpartisan organization that galvanizes US leadership and engagement in the world, in partnership with allies and partners, to find solutions to global challenges – and the sister organization of the Norwegian Atlantic Committee. Frederick Kempe is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Atlantic Council. An expert on global trends and U.S. foreign policy, he is in Norway to discuss U.S.-Norway relations on security and defence related matters.
This open seminar will give the Norwegian public and academic community an opportunity to listen to and ask questions of one of the leading voices in the transatlantic security community.