On Tuesday, February 2, 2016, the Transatlantic Academy hosted two prominent German experts on Russia. Bosch Public Policy Fellow Hannes Adomeit and Visiting Fellow Stefan Meister of the German Council on Foreign Relations, discussed Berlin’s Russia policy, its drivers, and its likely future.
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.
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In January 2016, the German Council on Foreign Relations and the Center for Transatlantic Relations published a paper by Transatlantic Academy OSW Visiting Fellow Marek Menkiszak, entitled "Russia and the West: What Went Wrong and Can We Do Better?"
In January 2016, the German Council on Foreign Relations and the Center for Transatlantic Relations published a paper by Transatlantic Academy Senior Fellow Marie Mendras, entitled "The West and Russia: From Acute Conflict to Long-Term Crisis Management."
On January 20, 2016, the European Council on Foreign Relations published “Connectivity Wars: Why migration, finance and trade are the geo-economic battlegrounds of the future,” a collection of 23 essays edited by Mark Leonard, an alumni of the Transatlantic Academy. Executive Director Stephen Szabo authored an essay on "The Reinvention of German Power."
On December 3, 2015, the Transatlantic Academy held a workshop on “Russia’s Military On the Rise?” organized by Margarete Klein, Senior Associate in the Eastern Europe and Eurasia Division of the Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP) in Berlin and in residence at the Academy as a Bosch Public Policy Fellow.
On October 30, 2015, Chatham House held a discussion on “Dealing with the Russian Challenge” in cooperation with the Transatlantic Academy, a research institution based at the German Marshall Fund of the United States’ headquarters in Washington, DC.