asks Otmar Lahodynsky, former AEJ President in Vienna, Oct 1, 2021
In the nearly nine months since he took office, it has become apparent that the US and European Union will not immediately experience a transatlantic honeymoon under President Joe Biden. Following the November 2020 elections in the US, European politicians were ecstatic that the isolationist and populist presidency of Donald Trump had come to an end. What they utterly failed to see, however, were the first signs that Biden was also planning to go it alone.
Consequences of ARKUS deal will be “long and lasting – Economist