Germany’s neo-Bismarckian strategy

The vote by the British people to leave the European Union has thrust Berlin into an even more pivotal position than it was already in – the future of the EU will now revolve even more tightly around Germany than ever before. In that sense, the United Kingdom has unintentionally created a “more German Europe.”

New edited volume on German reunification from Bozo and Sarotte

In August 2016, Routledge published German Reunification: A Multinational History, edited by Transatlantic Academy Senior Fellows Frédéric Bozo and Mary Elise Sarotte as well as Andreas Rödder.

New book from Frédéric Bozo

In August 2016, Berghahn Books published a new book by Transatlantic Academy Senior Fellow Frédéric Bozo, French Foreign Policy Since 1945: An Introduction.

Stefan Fröhlich in European Foreign Affairs Review

In September 2016, the European Foreign Affairs Review published an article by Transatlantic Academy Senior Fellow Stefan Fröhlich, entitled "Transatlantic Leadership in a Multipolar World: The EU Perspective" as part of Volume 21, Issue 3.

Steve Szabo on The Diane Rehm Show

On September 7, 2016, Transatlantic Academy Executive Director Steve Szabo spoke on National Public Radio's "The Diane Rehm Show," in a segment on "The Rise of Populism and Anti-Immigrant Sentiment in Europe" following the elections in the German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in which the Alternative for Germany party finished ahead of Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats.