November 09, 2020

Carisa Nietsche Discusses Transatlantic Cooperation on Government Matters

By Carisa Nietsche

On November 9, 2020, Carisa Nietsche, an Associate Fellow with the CNAS Transatlantic Security Program, appeared on Government Matters to discuss a recent roadmap from CNAS and the German Marshall Fund for how the United States and Europe can deepen cooperation to navigate the challenges posed by China’s growing influence.

Watch the full interview on Government Matters.

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