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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 OSW Visiting Fellow Marek Menkiszak, entitled "Russia and the West: What Went Wrong and Can We Do Better?"

The West and Russia: From Acute Conflict to Long-Term Crisis Management


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."

Stephen Szabo in ECFR Report "Connectivity Wars"


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."

The German-Polish divisions hurt common EU policy towards Russia: A conversation with Ulrich Speck


On Wednesday January 13, 2016, the Warsaw based New Eastern Europe published an interview with TA Senior Fellow Ulrich Speck on the lastest developments in German-Russian Relations.

Ivan Krastev in the New York Times


On January 12, 2016, the New York Times published a column by Bosch Public Policy Fellow Ivan Krastev, entitled "Why Putin Loves Trump."

Nelli Babayan in U.S. News & World Report


On January 11, 2016, U.S. News & World Report published an op-ed by Transatlantic Academy Fellow Nelli Babayan, entitled "Putin's Enemies List."

Ulrich Speck in The Guardian


On January 2, 2016, The Guardian published a op-ed by Transatlantic Academy Senior Fellow Ulrich Speck, entitled "We’ll miss you if Britain leaves the EU – and you’ll be diminished, too."

Nelli Babayan in The Washington Post


On December 22, 2015, the Washington Post published an article by Transatlantic Academy Fellow Nelli Babayan on its "Monkey Cage" blog, entitled "Here’s what we know about how to help spread democracy." In the article, Babayan argues that "some specific [U.S.

Stephen Szabo in The Globalist Top Books of 2015


Transatlantic Academy Executive Director Stephen F. Szabo's Germany, Russia and the Rise of Geo-Economics (Bloomsbury Publishing, December 2014) has been named one of the Top Books of 2015 by The Globalist.

Nelli Babayan in The Hill


On December 18, 2015, The Hill published a blog by Transatlantic Academy Fellow Nelli Babayan entitled, "Putin juggles Muslims and the far-right while the West fumbles."