The European Parliament election come at a crucial time for Europe. Although the EU has weathered several recent crises, growing political fragmentation and populism threaten to upset the EU’s traditional state of affairs. How will the EU be governed after the elections? What could the elections mean for the EU’s agenda in the next years on critical issues like Eurozone reform, migration, enlargement, trade and foreign policy? What is the impact for the United States and the transatlantic relationship? Join the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace for a discussion on these questions, and see the link to register.