The State of U.S.-E.U. Relations: Where’s the Common Ground?

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Wharton's Mauro Guillen and the Transatlantic Academy's Stephen Szabo discuss the state of U.S.-E.U. relations.

President Donald Trump’s critical tweets this week about the U.S. trade  relationship with Germany came on the heels of a comment by German Chancellor Angela Merkel that her country could no longer count on allies like America and U.K. as it has in the past. During a recent appearance on Knowledge@Wharton’s SiriusXM show, Wharton management professor Mauro Guillen and Stephen Szabo, executive director of the Transatlantic Academy, a research institution at the German Marshall Fund, discussed the state of U.S.-E.U. relations and how the comments made by the two leaders will reverberate into the future.

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