Kristine Berzina is a Transatlantic Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States, where she focuses on transatlantic relations, security policy, and leads energy programming. Kristine has authored several publications on U.S.-EU relations, foreign policy in Central and Eastern Europe, energy security, the Arctic, and international affairs more broadly.
Prior to joining GMF, Berzina was an analyst on energy security and transatlantic economic cooperation, assessing prospects for transatlantic liquefied natural gas trade for the American Clean Skies Foundation in Washington, DC, and writing about EU energy regulation and Germany’s Energiewende for the Ecologic Institute in Berlin, Germany. She has also worked on climate change and international development issues in Washington, DC.
Berzina received her master’s degree in International Relations at the University of Cambridge and her Bachelor of Arts in political science and history from Yale University. She is a native Latvian and English speaker, works in German, and has a basic knowledge of Russian and French.
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In this radio broadcast, Alison Hird of Radio France Internationale (RFI) interviews GMF Fellow Kristine Berzina on the significance of U.S. Vice President Mike Pence's visit to Brussels, Belgium. During his visit, Pence pledged there would be a "strong commitment to continued cooperation and partnership with the EU."