Episode Info: EU Ambassador to the US David O’Sullivan Talks the Future of the Transatlantic Relationship
It’s easy to spend all our time focusing on American domestic politics these days, but the rest of the world is not going away. Take the European Union, for example—our neighbors from across the pond, and one of the US’s most valuable economic and security relationships. There’s a lot going on over there, and some of it even involves us. How is that relationship faring in the age of tariffs, presidential blusters, Brexit, and tensions over Iran sanctions?
To figure that out, Shannon Togawa Mercer and Benjamin Wittes spoke to David O’Sullivan, the EU Ambassador to the United States. They talked about the US-EU trade relationship, Iran and Russia sanctions, Privacy Shield, the rule of law in deconsolidating democracies in the EU, and more.
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Senior Communications Officer Martin Caudron discusses Europe’s move to make open access to publicly-funded scientific publications a reality by 2020, with Mary Kavanagh (Minister-Counselor for Science and Innovation at the EU Delegation to the U.S.), Robert-Jan Smits (European Commission’s Envoy for Open Access), Marc Schiltz (President of Science Europe and Chief Executive of Luxembourg National Research Fund), and David Sweeney (Executive Chair, Research England, UK Research and Innovation Agency
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