June 12, 2018

Former White House official discusses national security issues during Carter years at ABA luncheon

WASHINGTON, June 12, 2018 — Stuart E. Eizenstat, former ambassador to the European Union (1993-96) and White House domestic policy adviser to President Jimmy Carter (1977-81), will discuss his new book “President Carter: The White House Years” at a June 20 luncheon sponsored by the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security.

Eizenstat will address some of the key national security law issues that arose during his tenure, including the negotiations of the Transatlantic Agenda with the European Union; the development of the Transatlantic Business Dialogue among European and American CEOs; the negotiation of agreements with the EU regarding the Helms-Burton Act and the Iran-Libya Sanctions Act. 

Stuart Eizenstat discussing “President Carter: The White House Years”

Wednesday, June 20
Noon-1:30 p.m. ET

University Club
1135 16th St. NW
Washington, D.C.  20036

Eizenstat held several senior positions in three U.S. administrations, including under secretary of Commerce for International Trade, under secretary of State for Economic, Business and Agricultural Affairs, and deputy secretary of the Treasury.

There is no charge for media covering this event. To register, please contact Jennifer Kildee at 202-662-1732 or Jennifer.Kildee@americanbar.org.

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