About this Event
The American Library in Paris and The Overseas Press Club of America (in person and online*) present:
Are the US and Europe Drifting Apart? With journalists Liz Alderman, Ulysse Gosset, Michaela Wiegel, Vivienne Walt, Stanley Pignal. The conversation will be moderated by David A. Andelman.
The Overseas Press Club of America (OPC) and the American Library in Paris are closing out a big news year with a panel of journalists. With Germany and France both in political churn, one issue hangs over the EU: Will its unquestioned alliance with the U.S. survive? Each is cutting its own path on everything from nuclear subs, Big Tech, climate, and China. Can this marriage be saved?
About the speakers:
Liz Alderman, New York Times chief European business correspondent.
Ulysse Gosset, foreign affairs correspondent for BFM-TV.
Michaela Wiegel, correspondent for Frankfurter Algemeine Zeitung.
Vivienne Walt, OPC Governor and Paris correspondent for TIME & Fortune.
Stanley Pignal, European correspondent, The Economist.
The moderator will be David A. Andelman, Past OPC President, CNN columnist and former CBS News Paris correspondent.
Registration required. Free and open to the public.
*The discussion will be available both online and in person. While the conversation will happen in person (all panelists will appear in the Reading Room), the Library will stream the conversation on Zoom for a live viewing experience. Both in-person and online attendees will be able to pose questions.
Important: on-site information regarding COVID-19
In compliance with French regulations, a pass sanitaire is required for all visitors ages 12+. Visitors ages 6+, staff, and volunteers are required to wear masks on the premises.
Evenings with an Author is sponsored by GRoW @ Annenberg.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
The American Library in Paris, 10 Rue du Général Camou, Paris, France