The European Union Clashes With Google Over Copyright

WASHINGTON — Both U.S. presidential candidates might have recently called Angela Merkel their favorite foreign leader, but there is still plenty of transatlantic conflict stemming from German ideas. On September 14, the EU Commission fired the latest shot in its fight against U.S. tech giants with its proposal to overhaul Europe’s copyright laws for the digital age.

Harold James in Project Syndicate

On October 5, 2016, Project Syndicate published an op-ed by Transatlantic Academy Senior Fellow Harold James, entitled "When Globalization Eats Its Young."

James book reviewed in Financial Times

On September 28, 2016, the Financial Times published a review of The Euro and the Battle of Ideas, the recent book by Transatlantic Academy Senior Fellow Harold James, Markus K. Brunnermeier, and Jean-Pierre Landau.

Vocal Europe interviews Steve Szabo

On October 3, 2016, Vocal Europe published a "Monday Talk" interview with Transatlantic Academy Executive Director Stephen Szabo.

Heidi Tworek in History and Technology

In August 2016, History and Technology published an article by Transatlantic Academy Fellow Heidi Tworek, entitled "How not to build a world wireless network: German–British rivalry and visions of global communications in the early twentieth century," as part of Volume 32, Issue 2.