Invited talk on "The Next U.S. election Campaign and Outlook for American Foreign and Security Policy”.
Speaker: Dr. Jeffrey Gedmin, Senior Fellow, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, Senior Adviser, Blue Star Strategies, and Co-Director of the Transatlantic Renewal Project.
ESCP Europe Business School and its Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) hosted a discussion on the topic "The Next U.S. election Campaign and Outlook for American Foreign and Security Policy” to commemorate the arrival of our Executive Master in Energy Management participants.
Distinguished speaker Dr. Jeffrey Gedmin (Senior Fellow, Georgetown University; Senior Fellow, Institute for Strategic Dialogue) discussed the current issues surrounding the US election campaign, its impact on the energy market, and various other geopolitical implications. The event took place at ESCP Europe's London Campus at 6:00 pm on 16th September, 2015.
The discussion was followed by a cocktail reception.
Dr. Jeffrey Gedmin
Jeffrey Gedmin is a Senior Fellow, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, Senior Adviser, Blue Star Strategies, and Co-Director of the Transatlantic Renewal Project, an initiative of the World Affairs Journal in Washington, DC. From 2011 to 2014, Gedmin was President and CEO of the London-based Legatum Institute. Prior to joining the Legatum Institute in early 2011, Gedmin served for four years as President and CEO of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) headquartered in Prague. Before RFE/RL, Gedmin served as President and CEO of the Aspen Institute in Berlin. Before that, he was Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) in Washington, D.C and Executive Director of the New Atlantic Initiative.
He is the author of several books, including The Hidden Hand: Gorbachev and the Collapse of East Germany (1992). Gedmin also served as co-executive producer for two major PBS documentaries: "The Germans, Portrait of a New Nation" (1995), and "Spain's 9/11 and the Challenge of Radical Islam in Europe" (2007). He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and serves on several boards, including the Institute for State Effectiveness, the Kleptocracy Initiative (based at the Hudson Institute), the Center for Entrepreneurship and Development (part of the University of California Berkley), and the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service Masters Program.