Professor Colleen Graffy Comments on President Biden in Europe for G7 Meeting -- Sky News
Professor Colleen P. Graffy is interviewed by Sky News in the report "Biden: 'The United States is Back,'" and quoted in the article "G7: Superpower Supremacy to Saving the Planet - the Big Challenges for World Leaders." Professor Graffy addresses Biden's first trip abroad as President including his meeting with Prime Minister Boris Johnson and concerns about the Northern Ireland Agreement, climate change, and the existential struggle for the future of the world between democratic and autocratic states.
Excerpt from "G7: Superpower Supremacy to Saving the Planet"
Former US deputy assistant secretary of state and law professor at Pepperdine University, Colleen Graffy, says Americans are now more than aware of the dangers of our changing climate.
"We realise especially in California and in Phoenix, Arizona, the repercussions from the devastating fires on the East Coast, the floods, the tornadoes, the increases in climactic occurrences that are just out of the ordinary," she said.
"And so it has everyone's attention. And I think there's a greater focus on how we can work as quickly as possible to achieve outcomes."
The interview may be viewed on Sky News Twitter (Professor Graffy at 1:44).
The article may be read on Sky News Analysis