For the time being, the US and the EU haved buried the hatchet over their Airbus/Boeing subsidies dispute. Simone Menne from AmCham Germany sees a major improvement in trans-Atlantic relations.
Facebook Messenger Web
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is set to visit US President Joe Biden on July 15. The two leaders are keen to bolster ties between their countries. But there are also points of contention.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is in the US for probably the last visit before she leaves office, as severe flooding engulfs parts of western Germany. Nord Stream 2 was a key topic in her talks with President Joe Biden.
At his first NATO summit, Biden has reaffirmed US commitments to strong trans-Atlantic relations, after four years of "America First" policies under former President Donald Trump.
Germans are pinning high hopes on the Joe Biden presidency. But how realistic is all the talk of a new beginning for the trans-Atlantic partnership?
© 2021 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version