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18 June 2021updated 06 Sep 2021 5:43pm

A European view of the transatlantic relationship

Emily Tamkin and Ido Vock discuss the latest in global affairs on the World Review podcast.

Emily Tamkin is in Bratislava, Slovakia, where shes been speaking to European security experts about their view of the transatlantic relationship in light of the recent G7 and NATO meetings, and US president Joe Bidens first round of in-person summits since taking office, including his bilateral with Russian president Vladimir Putin.

Emily is joined by Ido Vock, with contributions from General Petr Pavel, former chair of the NATO Military Committee, and Daniel Milo, senior research fellow at the Globsec Policy Institute.

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Further reading

Emily writes on the Cold Web, exploring how the US and Russia have become entangled.

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