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    Memo to Brussels: Chill Out About Russia Sanctions
    Jul27

    Memo to Brussels: Chill Out About Russia Sanctions

    Transatlantic TakeWASHINGTON – The European Union and several European capitals have been in a tizzy about likely new U.S. sanctions on Russia. Following approval by the U.S. House of Representatives on July 25, by a near unanimous 419-3 vote, of new U.S. sanctions on Russia, Iran, and North Korea, the EU warned it was ready to retaliate...

    Memo to Brussel: Chill Out About Russia Sanctions
    Jul27

    Memo to Brussel: Chill Out About Russia Sanctions

    Transatlantic TakeWASHINGTON – The European Union and several European capitals have been in a tizzy about likely new U.S. sanctions on Russia. Following approval by the U.S. House of Representatives on July 25, by a near unanimous 419-3 vote, of new U.S. sanctions on Russia, Iran, and North Korea, the EU warned it was ready to retaliate...

    Memo to Washington: Overzealous Support for European Energy Independence May Tank the Transatlantic Relationship
    Jul27

    Memo to Washington: Overzealous Support for European Energy Independence May Tank the Transatlantic Relationship

    Transatlantic TakeBrussels — The U.S. House of Representatives voted this week to pass a new bill on sanctions against Russia that should have left Europeans cheering. But rather than celebrate Congress’s new bill, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is discussing possible retaliation and lamenting that “America first cannot...

    EU Leaders Worried by Possible Further U.S. Sanctions
    Jul25

    EU Leaders Worried by Possible Further U.S. Sanctions

    “The EU and as well the individual member states have been accustomed with dealing with the US administration on foreign policy issues, on sanctions. And since 2014 and the illegal annexation of Crimea you have see really lock steps across the Atlantic on sanctions.” “If the Congress is playing a bigger role, there is different body...

    Is Transatlantic Governance Ready to Face European Citizens?
    Jul20

    Is Transatlantic Governance Ready to Face European Citizens?

    Recent elections in the Netherlands and France spread a sigh of relief across the continent, but the structural reasons for discontent among many European citizens should not be overlooked. A growing number of studies and opinion polls are coming to this same conclusion: disaffection with the EU, the establishment, and governing elites is here to...

    Is Transatlantic Governance Ready to Face Europeans Citizens?
    Jul19

    Is Transatlantic Governance Ready to Face Europeans Citizens?

    Recent elections in the Netherlands and France spread a sigh of relief across the continent, but the structural reasons for discontent among many European citizens should not be overlooked. A growing number of studies and opinion polls are coming to this same conclusion: disaffection with the EU, the establishment, and governing elites is here to...

    Adapting Societal Change in a Digital Age
    Jul18

    Adapting Societal Change in a Digital Age

    As Warsaw prepared for Donald Trump’s visit, a smaller, but important gathering was taking place on the outskirts of the city. The Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy convened again this year, this time to tackle the global challenges that accompany a growing digital world. Its purpose was to allow participants to share experiences and...

    Lessons from France for Fighting Russian Interference in Democracy
    Jul18

    Lessons from France for Fighting Russian Interference in Democracy

    Transatlantic TakeWASHINGTON – President Donald Trump’s visit to France with President Emmanuel Macron for Bastille Day celebrations came at a moment when Russian meddling in democratic elections continued to dominate headlines. While much of the media focus has been on Russia’s attempts to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential...

    Alumni Leadership Action Project Awards
    Jul10

    Alumni Leadership Action Project Awards

    GMF is delighted to share with you the results of three Alumni Leadership Action Project awards, of which one is also the recipient of the inaugural Marshall Prize that was awarded during the Triennial Transatlantic Leadership Retreat in Saint Vincent, Italy in April of this year. We4 Europe – Women for a Positive Future for the EU The We4Europe...

    What to Expect from the G20 Summit
    Jul06

    What to Expect from the G20 Summit

    Transatlantic TakeLeaders of 19 top industrialized and emerging market economies (plus the EU) will meet tomorrow in Hamburg for the annual G20 Summit. For a forum meant to foster economic and financial policy cooperation with an eye to spreading the benefits of globalization and connectivity, it is a year of particularly low expectations. One...

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