Issues: Economics, Foreign Policy • Regions: Europe & Eurasia, United States • Type: Analysis
Bernd Lange is Chair of the European Parliament’s committee on International Trade and Standing rapporteur for the EU-US trade relation since 2014. Previously he was Spokesman on trade policy on behalf of the Socialist Group in the European Parliament. He was a Member of the European Parliament in 1994-2004 and again from 2009 until present time. 2005-2009 he was Head of the economics, environment and European affairs section of the German Trade Union Federation for the Lower Saxony-Bremen-Saxony/Anhalt region. He began his career as a secondary school teacher.
One Year after U.S. Elections: What Is the Status of the Transatlantic Trade Relationship?
Honeymoon Is Over, But Both Sides Committed to Make It Work One year ago, all of us in Europe were eagerly waiting for the results of the U.S. elections. The …