TRANSATLANTIC TRADE VIDEOS

Gabriele Spilker, of the Paris Lodron University of Salzburg, discusses popular opinion regarding trade liberalization, and how opinion-updating amongst the public occurs in Europe, North America, and elsewhere.

Andreas Dür, of the Paris Lodron University of Salzburg, discusses the impact of interest groups and economic dynamics on the politicization of trade deals. For more information, see the original announcement.

Dirk De Bièvre, of the University of Antwerp, discusses the selective politicization of trade, American trade policies during the Trump presidency, and the trade politics in the European Union. For more information, see the original announcement.

Özlem Atikcan, of the University of Warwick, discusses the importance of issue framing in referendums on complex topics — including EU Treaty reforms, international trade agreements, and Brexit. For more information, see the original announcement.

Gabriel Siles-Brügge, of the University of Warwick, discusses the debate over the UK’s post-Brexit trade strategy, the realities of post-truth politics, and the use of expertise and emotion on both sides. For more information, see the original announcement.

Francesco Duina, of Bates College, discusses different kinds of regional trade agreements as well as their relationship to each other. The interview also addresses political controversies about the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) and the EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). For more information, see the original announcement.

Achim Hurrelmann, of Carleton University, discusses the consequences of Brexit on Canada’s trade relationship with the United Kingdom and the European Union, as well as its implication for Canada’s broader identity and foreign policy orientation. For more information, see the original announcement.

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