Peter Chase joined GMF’s Brussels office in September 2010 as a non-resident fellow and became a resident senior fellow in May 2016. His work focuses on the transatlantic economy with particular attention to trade and investment, digital and energy policies, and the EU’s economic relations with third countries.

Chase served as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce vice president for Europe from 2010-16; prior to this he was a U.S. diplomat with postings as minister-counselor for economic affairs in the U.S. Mission to the European Union, director of the State Department's office of EU affairs, chief of staff to the under secretary of economic affairs, and counselor and minister-counselor for economic affairs in the U.S. Embassy in London. 

Media Mentions

To endeavor to fix this, the DSA will require Big Tech companies to conduct and publish annual impact assessments, which will examine their ecosystem of users and whether or not – or how – recommendation algorithms direct traffic. It’s asking these large platforms to think about the social impact they have.
Sharing information between the EU and U.S. is a necessary part of effectively stopping technology leakage. But this won’t happen quickly; there are too many legal and institutional jealousies. It’s a three-to-five-year project.
If the US and Europe really use the new council to create the link between national security and economic strength, then something important can come out of it. But it will take time.
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