The End of the West? The stakes for the US and Europe in a world of disorder

IIEA15th June 20171min
In his address, Mr Quinlan discussed the depth of the EU-US commercial alliance and highlighted the commercial benefits to both. He also examined the risks to both parties if the cracks in the transatlantic relationship become unbridgeable.

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About the Speech:

In his address, Mr Quinlan discussed the depth of the EU-US commercial alliance and highlighted the commercial benefits to both. He also examined the risks to both parties if the cracks in the transatlantic relationship become unbridgeable.

About the Speaker:

Joseph Quinlan is Chief Market Strategist, Bank of America in New York and he has been the author of AmCham’s annual reports on the Irish-US Economic Relationship since 2011. He is a Transatlantic Fellow at both the German Marshal Fund of the U.S. in Washington D.C. and at the Centre for Transatlantic Relations at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, Washington D.C.