Ania Nussbaum is a correspondent for Bloomberg News in Paris, where she covers Emmanuel Macron, his government, French politics, EU affairs and diplomacy. Previously, she's worked for France 2 TV Channel in Washington D.C., the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times in London, Le Monde and La Tribune in Paris, and the European Commission in Brussels. She's also published her work in Quartz and the Russian Esquire and received the Erik Izraelewicz award for an investigation on the funeral industry, as well as the Peter Lisagor award for her work on Carlos Ghosn, the former head of Renault and Nissan.
What concrete initiatives should the EU pursue on multilateralism that would help to deliver tangible results for EU citizens? What should it avoid? (for example COVID-19 Tools Accelerator (ACT-A) and its COVAX facility, OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on Base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS), digital taxation?) When it comes to strategic autonomy, what action should it prioritise? Data, digital infrastructure, resilience? How will citizens benefit from European strategic autonomy?