Online event on Biden's geopolitical priorities in C. Europe

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The Equilibrium Institute is hosting an online event entitled "Geopolitical Priorities of the Biden Administration in Central Europe" this month, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The event will include an exclusive discussion with U.S. experts from Washington D.C. Speakers will include Ambassador Colleen Bell, a member of the board of the Atlantic Council of the United States and former Ambassador to Hungary; Max Bergmann, senior fellow of the Center for American Progress; and Benjamin Haddad, director of the Europe Center of the Atlantic Council of the United States.

The event will be held on March 24.

This discussion will cover questions including whether Washington will push the reset button with Moscow, support NATO's enhanced presence in the region, or demand a looser relationship with Beijing. 

Interested parties should register at https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lqzzI99STIKbSda3HZ3Wrg by March 22.

The event is supported by the U.S. Embassy in Budapest.

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