November 15, 2017

Christian Hänel talks the importance of diversity in transatlantic relations

By Julianne Smith and Christian Hänel

Christian Hänel, of the Robert Bosch Foundation, chats with CNAS expert Julie Smith about why he was “positively surprised” by his first visit to Pittsburgh—as part of the Across The Pond, In The Field project— and how important diversity is to the transatlantic relationship. 

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