Michael Mann is the EU Special Envoy for Arctic Matters at European External Action Service.
Before assuming this role, he served as the EU ambassador to Iceland and also worked as head of Strategic Communications at the European External Action Service, as well as Chief Spokesperson to High Representative/Vice President Catherine Ashton.
He holds a master’s degree from the University of Edinburgh and began his career in journalism working for the Financial Times, Reuters and Bloomberg News.
Exclusive interview with Michael Mann, EU’s Ambassador at large for the Arctic/Special envoy for Arctic matters
In his longest and most critical interview, the European Union's Ambassador for the Arctic, Michael Mann, returned to the definition of European engagement in the region, in the context of broad consultations aimed at redefining the contours of the Union's Arctic policy.lire l'article
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