The Transatlantic Academy is seeking candidates to serve as resident Fellows for nine months for the fellowship year beginning September 2016. The Academy welcomes applications from scholars working on the theme of Germany and the United States in the 21st Century.
WASHINGTON – The Transatlantic Academy is pleased to announce its eighth fellowship year of rigorous and collaborative academic research. The 2015-16 fellows will focus on the topic of “Russia and the West.”
On June 19, 2015, The Transatlantic Academy published a paper by Sumit Ganguly. This policy paper outlines the pathways through which religious nationalism entered the Indian political arena, discusses the concomitant decline of secularism in India, and traces the gradual emergence of a Hindu nationalist party, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
On May 19, 2015, the Transatlantic Academy held its closing conference for the 2014-2015 fellowship year. E.J. Dionne, Jr., of the Brookings Institution and The Washington Post, joined Clifford Bob, a senior fellow at the Academy and a professor at Duquesne University, on the topics addressed in the Academy’s report Faith, Freedom, and Foreign Policy: Challenges for the Transatlantic Community.
The role of religion in the transatlantic community is the focus of a new report by a group of scholars from Europe, the United States, and Canada, entitled Faith, Freedom, and Foreign Policy: Challenges for the Transatlantic Community.
Call for Fellowship Applications: 2016-2017
The Transatlantic Academy is seeking candidates to serve as resident Fellows from September 2016 – June 2017 to examine the research theme “Germany and the United States in the 21st Century.”
On July 22, 2015, the George Washington University Project on Middle East Political Science (POMEPS) published a collection of essays on "Islam and International Order" in cooperation with the Transatlantic Academy.
What do the civic protests in Armenia have to do with Maidan and the U.S. State Department? The short answer is nothing, really. Yet, the Russian media would disagree, framing the issue through Moscow’s perceptions and narratives. The discourse surrounding Russia’s recent actions within its neighborhood has clearly underlined the importance of both.
The Church is the expert when it comes to the end of the world. Rising sea levels and mountain ranges inexorably crumbling into the oceans have been the stuff of Christian fire-and-brimstone sermons ever since Noah survived the Flood with his ark.