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Studio Berlin, broadcast September 14, 2019: The Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

todaySeptember 14, 2019

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Show broadcast September 14, 2019: The Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

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    Studio Berlin, broadcast September 14, 2019: The Nord Stream 2 Pipeline monika.mueller.kroll

 

This week on Studio Berlin, we’re talking about the controversy surrounding the Nord Stream 2 pipeline: why some countries are against it and why Germany stands by it. President Trump has called the project a “horrible thing” and the U.S. Congress is taking steps that could lead to sanctions against companies involved in the project.

Host Erik Kirschbaum takes a closer look with American lawyer and political advisor Andrew Adair and Till Bullmann, energy expert at DIHK (Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce).


This show was produced by Monika Müller-Kroll with assistance from Sylvia Cunningham and Colin Shea.

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Written by: monika.mueller.kroll


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