Steve Szabo interview with IFRI


On November 29, 2016, the Institut français des relations internationales (IFRI) published a short video interview with Transatlantic Academy Executive Director Stephen Szabo, entitled "What evolution of US-Russia relationship after Trump’s election? An American point of view." The interview can be viewed below.

Video: 
See video

Yascha Mounk in New York Times


On November 29, 2016, the New York Times featured Transatlantic Academy Fellow Yascha Mounk's research with Roberto Stefan Foa on democratic deconsolidation in an article entitled "How Stable Are Democracies? ‘Warning Signs Are Flashing Red.’"

Heidi Tworek featured on BBC's "The Forum"


On November 19, 2016, Transatlantic Academy fellow Heidi Tworek was featured on the BBC World Service podcast The Forum for a discussion titled "Unpicking the UN."

Stephen Szabo in the Berlin Policy Journal


For the November/December issue of the Berlin Policy Journal, Transatlantic Academy Executive Director Stephen Szabo published an opinion piece titled "A New Order? The US will be a less stable and reliable partner for Europe."

Heidi Tworek quoted in El Universal


On November 17, 2016, El Universal published an article titled "Obama se despide de uno Europa inquieta," quoting Transatlantic Academy Fellow Heidi Tworek, who discussed President Obama's last meeting with Angela Merkel in Berlin, largely seen as a way to allay fears that arose from Donald Trump's election.

Yascha Mounk for CNN


On November 10, 2016, CNN published an op-ed by Transatlantic Academy Fellow Yascha Mounk entitled "The scary part of an unpredictable President."

Berlin’s New Pragmatism: Will It Be Enough After Trump’s Election?

By Stefan Fröhlich

From Russia to refugees, from the eurozone to TTIP, from Brexit to President-elect Donald Trump – at a time of radical uncertainties and a fast-changing European and global environment, Germany knows that it cannot escape from more responsibility. At the same time, Berlin is overwhelmed by expectations which it cannot fulfill alone.

Trump and the Consequences of Radical Uncertainty

On Tuesday night, the unthinkable happened. The most urgent task now is to think about what other previously unthinkable things might follow from Donald Trump’s election as president of the United States.