A report from Körber-Stiftung in cooperation with the Atlantic Council
What impact have transatlantic tensions over the last few years had on Europe’s view of its relationship with the United States? What capabilities can Europe draw on if the Biden administration’s efforts to improve transatlantic cooperation turn out to be merely an “interregnum” in transatlantic relations?
To answer these questions, the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center partnered with Körber-Stiftung on the 2022 Körber Policy Game. This exercise brought together a group of high-level European participants in June 2022 to game out policy options for a potential significant shift in US domestic and foreign policy amid a breakdown of transatlantic institutions across the political, economic, and defense fields. The report discusses the decisions the participants made and the positions they took during the Policy Game.
The Körber Policy Game is based on the idea of projecting current foreign and security policy trends onto a future scenario, as a means of developing a deeper understanding of the interests and priorities of different actors as well as their possible policy options.
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