Dutch Prime Minister: Europe Should Embrace Trump’s Multilateral Criticisms as Opportunity for Reform

Dutch Prime Minister: Europe Should Embrace Trump’s Multilateral Criticisms as Opportunity for Reform

Mark Rutte

Mark Rutte tells the Atlantic Council that "it’s crucial that we keep the transatlantic bond strong and vibrant."


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The United States and Central Europe: What’s Gone Right, What’s Gone Wrong, and What’s Next

The United States and Central Europe: What’s Gone Right, What’s Gone Wrong, and What’s Next

Central Europe

The United States must remember the lesson of Reagan and Wilson, Daniel Fried says: values ultimately have power, when we mean it.


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Fighting the Wrong War

Fighting the Wrong War

Transatlantic Trade

The United States is locked in a transatlantic trade war precisely when Washington needs Europe the most, Frederick Kempe writes.


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US Risks Falling Behind China on Tech and Innovation, if We Don't Reset Our Priorities

US Risks Falling Behind China on Tech and Innovation, if We Don't Reset Our Priorities

Technology and Innovation

The United States needs to remember and reinforce the principles that underpinned its technology, scientific and competitive preeminence, Robert Hormats writes.


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The United States Doesn’t Need Tariffs to Level the Playing Field

The United States Doesn’t Need Tariffs to Level the Playing Field

Tariffs

Instead of more tariffs, the United States should work with Europe to reduce subsidies, while also strengthening antitrust enforcement at home, Antonio de Lecea writes.


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