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Offroad with Sandy Lerner (Gentlewoman Farmers, Part 1)

“I am not someone who gets stuck in the rut,” Sandy Lerner had told me as we talked about the impressive range of her interests and activities during a drive across her farm – from computer programming to novel writing to organic farming. But … Continue reading

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The Transatlantic Journey of a Steak

When it is EU slaughter day in Omaha, Dan Morgan hits the road. He sets the cruise control to 65 miles an hour and follows the straight lines of Nebraska’s highways, two hours East and then two hours South. At 5.30 am … Continue reading

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When It Comes to Trade, Transatlantic Values Have Their Limits

This commentary was first published on June 19 on the Atlantic Council’s New Atlanticist blog. Whenever American and European politicians and members of their business communities talk about the plans for a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Agreement (TTIP), they wax lyrical about … Continue reading

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