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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On November 24, 2015, TA Senior Fellow Angela Stent discussed Turkey's shooting down of a Russian fighter jet on the Turkish-Syria border and its implications on the PBS NewsHour with Judy Woodruff and Nicholas Burns of Harvard University. The interview can be watched and read here.
Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP) published a November 2015 SWP Comments article on "Perspectives for NATO-Russia Relations" by Margarete Klein, Bosch Public Policy Fellow at the Transatlantic Academy as well as Senior Associate in SWP's Eastern Europe and Eurasia Division, with her SWP colleague Claudia Major, Senior Associate in the International Security Division.
WASHINGTON—Today’s headlines about Syria obscure a major triumph for Western policy. Ukraine seems to be heading toward an informal settlement largely on European and U.S. terms. Yet this success could threaten the very Western unity that brought it about.