Publications

New Report: Foreign Policymakers Must Factor In Religion, Should Welcome Islamist Movements to Democratic Space

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WASHINGTON (April 28, 2015) – Religion has reemerged as a major factor on both sides of the Atlantic. Religiously motivated terrorist attacks in Europe have renewed debate on the relationship between Islam and the West.

The State of the Transatlantic World 2015


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I am pleased to introduce the second edition of The State of the Transatlantic World. As with last year’s edition, we have assembled essays from a number of current and former fellows of the Transatlantic Academy to offer their insights on significant developments in transatlantic relations over the past year and offer some glimpses on what to expect in the year to come.

The Guardians of Traditional Values: Russia and the Russian Orthodox Church in the Quest for Status

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On February 2, 2015 the Transatlantic Academy published "The Guardians of Traditional Values: Russia and the Russian Orthodox Church in the Quest for Status", as part of the Transatlantic Academy Paper Series.

D-10 Strategy Forum

By Ash Jain
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With rising uncertainty about the future of the post-World War II international order, what role is there for democratic, capable governments in promoting global stability and norms?

Whither Global Economic Cooperation?

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On July 11, 2014, Joachim Herz Fellow, Bartlomiej Nowak, published "Whither Global Economic Cooperation?" as part of the Transatlantic Academy Paper Series.

(Re)Emerging Aid Donors in the Reshaping World Order

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On July 11, 2014, Transatlantic Academy Fellow Patrick Quirk published "(Re)Emerging Aid Donors in the Reshaping World Order," as part of the Transatlantic Academy Paper Series.

Liberal Attitudes and Middle East Realities

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On June 26, 2014, Aurea Foundation Fellow Michael Bell, published "Liberal Attitudes and Middle East Realities" as part of the Transatlantic Academy paper series.

The Geopolitical Implications of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

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On June 11, 2014, TA Senior Fellow Charles Kupchan published a policy brief on the geopolitical implications of TTIP. In particular, TTIP, by creating jobs and stimulating growth, would help revitalize the Western democracies and advance the prospects for the West’s reclamation of political and strategic purpose. TTIP could, however, potentially have significant geopolitical downsides.

A New Eurasian Embrace: Turkey Pivots East While China Marches West

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On May 22, 2014, the Transatlantic Academy published a paper by Fellow Christina Lin entitled "A New Eurasian Embrace Turkey Pivots East While China Marches West."

New Report: NATO Should Adapt Geographic Division of Labor, Work with China in Mediterranean

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WASHINGTON (May 5, 2014) – A group of scholars from the United States and Europe argue in a new report that the transatlantic partners should:
•engage China’s military to provide cooperative security in the Mediterranean region via NATO;
•be willing to modify the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) to regain consensus on the norm among emerging powers post-Libya; and