On June 4th, Crina Viju-Miljusevic, of Carleton University, sat down for a video interview to discuss the impact of international trade deals on food (in)security, as well as how the European Union’s food standards affect, and are affected by, its trading partners.
Professor Viju-Miljusevic is one of the scholars associated with the Jean Monnet Network on Transatlantic Trade Politics. Her scholarly work focuses on the economic effects of trade policies applied within the EU, US and Canada, as well as European economic integration and EU enlargement.
The interview was conducted with Frédérick Lavoie.
This is an installment of our Transatlantic Trade Video series. You can find more videos like this here.