That is the question which brought together 40 politicians, journalists, writers, professors, and diplomats from Europe, the United States and Canada at the Ditchley Mansion near Oxford, England.
For two days in mid-October, Ditchley Foundation Director Sir Jeremy Greenstock and Robert Kaiser, Board Member of the American Ditchley Foundation, chaperoned lively discussions on the mutual expectations between Europe and the U.S. nine months into the Obama Administration, on better policy coordination under the anticipated Lisbon Treaty, and on the need to be on the look-out for flashing yellow lights in Transatlantic relationships.
USEU Political Affairs Minister-Counselor Christopher Davis participated in the conference.