Publications

The State Of The Transatlantic World 2014

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On April 1, 2014 the Transatlantic Academy published its first edition of "The State of the Transatlantic World." This annual publication includes essays by 31 current and former Transatlantic Academy fellows representing each of our six thematic years and covers topics from the Snowden affair’s impact on U.S.-German relations to Turkey’s present turbulence to the changing energy environment in th

Tests of Partnership: Transatlantic Cooperation in Cyber Security, Internet Governance, and Data Protection

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On March 6, 2014 The Transatlantic Academy published "Tests of Partnership: Transatlantic Cooperation in Cyber Security, Internet Governance, and Data Protection", by Bosch Public Policy Fellow, Annegret Bendiek.

Tipping the Power Balance? The Shale Revolution and U.S. Foreign Policy

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The United States is on track to become energy independent (independent from energy imports). New gas and oil extraction methods have enabled the development of resources that were previously too costly to access: shale gas and tight oil.

India in the Liberal Order

By Sumit Ganguly
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In November 2013, Sumit Ganguly published a policy brief on India's role in the Liberal Order. This paper was written as a supplement to the conference held at the TA on November 5, 2013, India and the Liberal Order.

Europe: Crisis and Influence

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In November 2013, TA Bosch Public Policy Fellow Yannos Papantoniou published a policy brief examining the Eurozone crisis and the future of the Euro.

The Double Bypass: How the United States and China are Routing Around Each Other and Transforming the Liberal Order

By Mark Leonard
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On October 8, 2013, TA Bosch Public Policy Fellow Mark Leonard published "The Double Bypass: How the United States and China are Routing Around Each Other and Transforming the Liberal Order", as part of the Transatlantic Academy Paper Series.

Corporate Statecraft

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On August 29, 2013 TA Aurea Foundation Fellow, George Haynal, published a paper as part of the 2012-2013 Paper Series. Global corporations (in particular those based in the North Atlantic and its emanations) are as vulnerable to the political, social, economic, and physical environment as they are integral to it.

What, if Anything, is Wrong with a Copenhagen Commission? The Idea of Democracy Protection in the EU Revisited

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On July 24, 2013, TA non-resident fellow Jan-Werner Müller published a policy brief on democracy protection. The European Union has two challenges regarding democracy protection: one is the question of how the European Union should respond to the actions of the current Hungarian government.

Convergence without Coordination: Why Washington and Brussels Must Work Together in North Africa

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On June 12, 2013 TA Compagnia di San Paolo Fellow Ruth Hanau Santini and GMF Senior Transatlantic Fellow Emiliano Alessandri published a policy brief on western cooperation in North Africa. Both the United States and Europe have adopted an overall cautious approach to the dramatic transformations in the Middle East and North Africa region since the 2011 uprisings.

The Decline of the West: An American Story

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On June 4, 2013, the Transatlantic Academy published "The Decline of the West: An American Story" by Micahel Kimmage as part of the Transatlantic Academy Paper Series. In order for the Western liberal order to have a future, there must first of all be a West. The survival of the West in its 20th-century outlines cannot be taken for granted.