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Wed, Jan 23, 2019

The new treaty of Aachen: More than just a symbol?

The treaty sends a signal that France and Germany are serious about the preservation of the European ideal, pooling of sovereignty, and the postwar international order.

New Atlanticist by Nicholas Dungan

France Germany

Thu, Jan 17, 2019

Lessons in leadership: Emmanuel Macron and the yellow vests

Macron achieved a sense of reality the hard way: he failed.

New Atlanticist by Nicholas Dungan

France Politics & Diplomacy

Wed, Jan 16, 2019

Lessons in leadership: Theresa May and Brexit

From the beginning, May and most others in Britain—not only in politics but even, perhaps especially, in the media—completely misjudged the nature of the withdrawal process with the EU.

New Atlanticist by Nicholas Dungan

European Union United Kingdom

Nicholas Dungan is a nonresident senior fellow in the Atlantic Council’s Future Europe Initiative. His particular focus is France.

An adjunct faculty member of the Collège Universitaire of Sciences Po, Nicholas Dungan is also is a senior adviser to the Institut de Relations Internationales et Stratégiques in Paris (IRIS). He was president of the New York-based French-American Foundation from 2005 to 2008.

He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Chatham House Foundation, the US arm of the Royal Institute of International Affairs at Chatham House in London, and a former associate fellow of Chatham House.

Nicholas Dungan also serves on the Board of Directors of Sciences Po Alumni Inc. and the New York Chapter of the Swiss-American Chamber of Commerce. He is an honorary fellow of the Foreign Policy Association.

Nicholas Dungan is the author of the biography Gallatin: America’s Swiss Founding Father (New York University Press, 2010). His next book, currently in preparation, is entitled Why France Matters.