TTIP to go faster in Congress than TPP, says US trade expert

As Congress leaders and the White House work around the clock to get TPP-related legislation passed, Brussels observers fear that TTIP will have to ride on the same risky rollercoaster, which could jeopardize its success. I heard a much more reassuring point of view this Tuesday (June 16) at a Commonwealth Club event in San […]

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Government surveillance, trade, immigration: a view from France

Government surveillance and immigration are very contentious issues opposing Silicon Valley and Washington DC. Speaking to a few journalists, including Decoding Europe, at the French Café de la Presse in San Francisco on May 1, French Ambassador to the US Gérard Araud explained how they are dealt with in France. He also briefly addressed the […]

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