Transatlantic Policy Forum (TAPF) is a closed-door summit for decision-makers and opinion-formers co-organised by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy with partners. TAPF has been held in Prague every Autumn since 2018 under the auspices of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.
TAPF 2018 (8–9 November) (co-organised with the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA))
TAPF 2019 (30–31 October) (co-organised with CEPA)
TAPF 2020 (13 October) (co-organised with The German Marshall Fund of the United States)
TAPF 2021 (18-19 November) (co-organised with The German Marshall Fund of the United States and IRI)
Last November, the fourth Transatlantic Policy Forum took place, with many interesting speakers!
Among the topics discussed were for example energy, disinformation, the future of transatlantic relations, and climate!
The public debate was held at the American Center in Prague and the whole conference took place at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Czech Republic in the Černincký palác.
2021: The Transatlantic To-Do List: Biden's first 100 days (progress report) – how the US and the EU fulfilled TAPF 2020 recommendations in the first 100 days of Joe Biden's administration
2021: Rethinking and strengthening NATO - how to prepare the Alliance for the future? – online debate organized as part of the Transatlantic Policy Forum project and with the support of the International Visegrad Fund on the occasion of Joe Biden's 100 days in office
Czech Minister of Foreign Affars Tomáš Petříček at TAPF 2018
Areas of expertise: Transatlantic and Central and Eastern European foreign and security relations, democracy promotion and NATO.