Category: TV and Radio Appearancees

French Presidential Election 2012 in a Divided Europe

Jolyon Howorth and I were on “Sounds of Dissent” on WZBC 90.3 FM Boston on Saturday, May 5, 2012 discussing the run off elections in France. [Link to program]

Thinking about the Eurozone as a Bar …

David Brancaccio of American Public Media’s Marketplace Morning Report picks up on my remarks at Brown University’s Watson Institute conference on “The Failure of the Euro.” [Transcript]

The French Presidential Elections on China Radio International

The French people go to the polls on Sunday in the first round of the country’s presidential elections. While ten candidates are in the running, it is the ongoing battle between incumbent President and ruling party head Nicolas Sarkozy and Socialist rival Francois Hollande that is garnering the most attention. On Thursday, April 19, 2012, […]

Vivien Schmidt on Bloomberg Television

Berlusconi: End of an Empire (video link) (Bloomberg) — Vito Tanzi, former director of fiscal affairs at the International Monetary Fund, Maurizio Viroli, a professor at Princeton University, Ruth Santini, associate fellow at the Brookings Institution and Vivien Schmidt, professor of international relations at Boston University, talk with Bloomberg’s Sara Eisen about former Prime Minister […]

Vivien Schmidt on NPR’s “On Point” with Tom Ashbrook

Greeks on a Teetering Greece [Listen to program on WBUR] We bring in the Greeks to talk about what’s ahead as their country teeters. It’s all about the Greeks in Europe this week, and really around the world.  The Greeks’ debt.  The Greeks’ crisis.  The Greeks’ stunner of a sudden conversation about voting on whether […]