Public Lecture by dr. Daniel Hamilton “The state of transatlantic relations and the possible impact of US presidential elections” - 2016 09 26
Institute of International Relations and Political Science of Vilnius University invited all interested in trans-atlantic and international affairs to the public lecture by dr. Daniel Hamilton, which was titled “The state of transatlantic relations and the possible impact of US presidential elections”. It took place on September 26th, 2016 at IIRPS VU.
In his lecture Mr. Hamilton focused on chances of the candidates, implications of their victories for transatlantic and European economic and security agenda. Having particularly rich background in the academic writings with a focus on transatlantic relations he addressed possible change of the place of the Baltics in particular and the EU in general on the US security agenda too.
This lecture was made possible by funding from the Baltic-American Freedom Foundation (BAFF). For more information about BAFF scholarships and speaker support, visit www.balticamericanfreedomfoundation.org.
More photographs from the event you can see here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/vutspmi/albums/72157673227914492