A bag of evidence containing the synthetic opioid fentanyl disguised as Oxycodone is shown during a 2020 news conference at the Fresno County Sheriff Office in Fresno, California. (Craig Kohlruss/The Fresno Bee/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)
Angélique Talmor is a visiting fellow at Hudson Institute. Her research analyzes how to strengthen Transatlantic economic cooperation. The research w
Angélique Talmor is a visiting research fellow at Hudson Institute. Her research analyzes how to strengthen transatlantic economic cooperation, with a focus on strategic sectors and areas of economic vulnerability in light of heightened geopolitical risks and great power competition.
Ms. Talmor is a French-American Master in Public Policy student at the Harvard Kennedy School. She was previously a Charles Krauthammer journalism fellow at the Tikvah Fund, a public sector consultant at Capgemini, an analyst in the French Interior and Defense ministries, and a Hudson Institute Political Studies fellow. Her writings have been published in the __Wall Street Journal__, __Newsweek__, and __Mosaic Magazine__. She received her BA, summa cum laude, in political science and French and francophone studies from the University of Florida, and her MA in international public management from Sciences Po.
US Commerce Secretary Raimondo, Secretary of State Blinken, and European Commissioner Dombrovskis at the inaugural U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on September 29, 2021. (Photo by Nicholas Kamm / AFP via Getty Images)