Dr. Irene Finel-Honigman: Framing A New Transatlantic Relationship
Multimedia | April 25, 2018

Euroscepticism is on the rise, and strong opposition to EU policies in the United Kingdom, France, Greece, and Italy have put the future of the organization in doubt. Meanwhile, the United States has not appointed an ambassador to the European Union, and both German Chancellor Angela Merkel and European Council President Donald Tusk have expressed grave concern over ongoing EU-U.S. relations.

Dr. Irene Finel-Honigman, an expert on international finance and economic policy, joins Cameron Munter for a timely discussion on past and present fissures in the European Union and the path forward. Dr. Finel-Honigman is a Professor of International Finance and Economic Policy at Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs, frequently providing commentary on Bloomberg Newsthe Huffington Post and NPR discussing Brexit and U.S.-EU Relations. She also served as the Senior Advisor on finance policy to the Clinton Administration.

Host: Cameron Munter
Producer: Conrad Jarzebowski
Editor: Alex Schulman
Creative Development: Dragan Stojanovski