WASHINGTON, DC – Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government & Public Service announces a virtual discussion titled “The Future of US Relations with Europe under Biden” on Tuesday, February 23, 2021, at 12:00 PM Central/1:00 PM Eastern Time.
Piotr Wilczek, the Ambassador of Poland to the US, will discuss the future of the relations between Poland and the United States under the Biden administration in a virtual discussion cohosted by the Bush School of Government & Public Service DC and the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs. Research Assistant Professor Dr. Yuval Weber will join the ambassador for a fireside chat about how the relationship between the United States and Poland has transformed over the past four years and what will grow during the next four. This engaging discussion will also touch on the global challenges both countries face during a pandemic as well as transnational relationships with countries like Russia and China.
“The Bush School DC is very excited about hosting this event in partnership with the Scowcroft Institute,” said Jay Silveria, Executive Director of the Bush School in Washington, DC. “This is the first of many timely and informative discussions that will help our students and the public understand some of the policy, security, and diplomacy challenges that our country faces today and as we move into the future.”
Piotr Wilczek, Ambassador of Poland
Piotr Wilczek has been extensively involved in promoting and strengthening transatlantic relations, especially in the areas of defense, energy, and trade. In 2020, he was awarded the Amicus Oeconomiae Prize by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland for his achievements in and commitment to supporting and protecting the economic interests of Polish enterprises in foreign markets.
Dr. Yuval Weber, Research Assistant Professor, Bush School DC
In addition to his role at the Bush School, Yuval Weber, PhD, also serves as the Bren Chair of Russian Military and Political Strategy at the Brute Krulak Center for Innovation and Creativity at Marine Corps University in Quantico, VA. Prior to Texas A&M, Dr. Weber served as the Kennan Institute Associate Professor of Russian and Eurasian Studies at the Daniel Morgan Graduate School.