Tag Archives: transatlantic relations

Donald Trump’s Diplomatic War on Europe

The Trump administration uses diplomatic protocol to slap the EU in the face, while cuddling up to Putin and Erdogan.

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EU Defense Cooperation: Threat or Benefit for NATO?

Britain has long opposed an EU defense identity fearing it would undermine NATO. Post Brexit, the remaining 27 members can forge ahead.

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Obama’s Farewell to Europe

Is the 44th U.S. President burying the Euro-Atlantic alliance?

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Europe — As Irritating as Women’s Lib?

Four theses on where the United States stands vis-à-vis Europe.

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Transatlantic Drift or Dynamism?

Our top features on U.S.-European relations.

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Europe and the United States: A Perfect Divorce

Will a second Bush term in the White House permanently mar transatlantic relations?

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Renewing the Transatlantic Security Partnership

Why do both the United States and Europe need a transatlantic alliance?

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Adieu to U.S. Unilateralism?

Has the transatlantic alliance finally reemerged after two years of tension?

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The Return of the German Problem

How has the increased fluidity of European and transatlantic relations affected German political identity?

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George W. Bush’s Transatlantic Crisis

Did Bush’s political style jeopardize an otherwise amicable relationship?

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