February 16, 2017

Trump, Europe, and the Future of the Transatlantic Security Relationship

By Rachel Rizzo and JaRel Clay

Rachel Rizzo, research associate for the CNAS Strategy and Statecraft Program, discusses a report on the future of the transatlantic security relationship. Hosted by JaRel Clay.

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