Flash journalist debate: the first 100 days of the Biden administration and EU/US relations
The EACC brings together journalists from both sides of the Atlantic to debate the Biden administration’s first 100 days & EU/US relations: what happened, what didn’t, what to expect?
- Margaret Talev, Managing Editor of Politics, Axios, CNN political analyst, Washington, DC
- Stefan Grobe, Correspondant for Euronews, Brussels
- Philip Turle, International columnist, France 24, Paris/London
- Gregory Viscusi, Economic and political journalist, Paris [moderator]
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Gregory ViscusiPolitical and Economic writer and editor, Paris
After reporting from at least 40 countries for American media in Europe (Bloomberg news, Forbes, AP Dow Jones), Gregory is now a writer, editor and commentator on France24, and French all-news stations LCI and BFM.
Margaret TalevManaging Editor of Politics at Axios, CNN political analyst, Washington, DC
Margaret Talev is a Managing Editor of Politics at Axios and a CNN political analyst. She oversees Axios’ White House, politics and election coverage.
Previously, Margaret Talev was a White House correspondent for Bloomberg News, covering U.S. politics and foreign policy.
Margaret has covered Barack Obama since 2007, when he began his presidential campaign. She previously covered Congress, California and Florida politics and has reported for the Los Angeles Times, McClatchy Newspapers, the Sacramento Bee and the Tampa Tribune. In 2008, she won the Scripps Howard Raymond Clapper Memorial Award as part of a three-member team that exposed the Bush administration’s politicization of the Justice Department. She was part of a reporting team whose breaking news coverage of the crash of Alaska Airlines Flight 261 earned a finalist spot for the Pulitzer in 2001.
Philip TurleInternational columnist, France 24 Paris/London
Philip Turle is a British journalist and international columnist for France 24, formerly journalist at RFI and Paris correspondent for SkyNews, the BBC and ITN.
Stefan GrobeCorrespondant for Euronews, Brussels
Based in Brussels, Stefan Grobe produces and presents State of the Union, a weekly roundup of European affairs. From 2012 to 2017, he has worked as Euronews’ Washington correspondent, having covered two presidential election and primary campaigns. Prior to Euronews, Grobe has worked for major news organisations, including Agence France-Presse, Germany’s dpa and Berlin-based newspaper Die Welt.