Scheherazade Rehman

  • February 21, 2012  

    Eurozone finance ministers on Tuesday granted Greece its second bailout, a $172 billion package aimed at helping the country avoid default. Jeffrey Brown discusses the longer-term concerns of austerity measures and growth with Georgetown University’s Scheherazade Rehman and Joao Vale de Almeida, the EU’s ambassador to the U.S. Continue reading

  • August 16, 2011  

    A new report out Tuesday showed overall growth in 17 eurozone countries increased just two-tenths of a percent in the second quarter. Judy Woodruff discusses what Europe’s crisis means for the world with George Washington University’s Scheherazade Rehman and the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Heather Conley. Continue reading

  • June 28, 2011  

    France’s Christine Lagarde was named the new head of the International Monetary Fund at a critical time for that organization and for the global economy. Judy Woodruff discusses what kind of challenges she faces with Cornell University’s Esward Prasad and George Washington University’s Scheherazade Rehman. Continue reading