Joe Biden is seeking to renew the transatlantic relationship during a number of major summit meetings in Europe on his first foreign trip as US president. But after four years of Donald Trump’s assault on Washington’s closest alliances, what does public opinion on both sides of the Atlantic think about the future of US leadership, and what does it mean for hopes of addressing some of Western countries’ biggest joint challenges? Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer and Irene Braam join Greg and Jonathan to discuss their new Transatlantic Trends survey from the German Marshall Fund.
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Executive Director, Bertelsmann Foundation
ALEXANDRA DE HOOP SCHEFFER
Director of Research for Transatlantic Security, Paris Office Director, German Marshall Fund of the United States
Executive Director, Institute of Current World Affairs
Journalist, author of Russians: The People Behind the Power
Senior Fellow and Director of Democracy Initiatives, German Marshall Fund of the United States
Former Deputy Assistant Administrator, Europe and Eurasia Bureau, US Agency for International Development
The Cable is produced by Rebecca Picard
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