December 19, 2017

Amanda Sloat on recent European travel, hot-button issues of 2018

By Julianne Smith and Dr. Amanda Sloat

Dr. Amanda Sloat, Julie Smith, and Jim Townsend all recently visited different European cities, from Brussels to Munich to Berlin. The latest episode of Brussels Sprouts highlights some of the most surprising and note-worthy topics from their travels across the pond, including the latest on German politics, the wave of populism sweeping across Europe, and European views of U.S. foreign policy. What hot-button issues should transatlanticists look out for in 2018? The team covers that topic, too.

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