Global Flow Security: A New Security Agenda for the Transatlantic Community in 2030 December 4, 2014 11:30 am – 2:00 pm Herter Room, Johns Hopkins University SAIS 1740 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20036 The Center for Transatlantic Relations and the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI) invite you to a luncheon event on the topic of “global flow security”. At the event, key findings from a new CTR book will be presented. The book brought together strategists and experienced practitioners from many different countries to explore how long-term global trends may impact the future of critical global flows – in areas such as energy, resources, IT and communications, trade, ideas, technology, finance, and illicit flows. Policy recommendations focus on how the European Union and the United States can work together to help ensure the continuity and maintenance of these critical global flows as we look towards 2030. Global flow security Panelists will include: Daniel S. Hamilton Executive Director, Center for Transatlantic Relations and Erik Brattberg Visiting Fellow, Center for Transatlantic Relations and Researcher, Swedish Institute of International Affairs Other panelists will be announced shortly.