Featured commentary & analysis
The Europe Center uses real-time commentary and analysis to explain to key audiences in America current developments in Europe and how they affect the transatlantic relationship.
New Atlanticist Dec 2, 2022
The big problems you won’t hear about at the EU-US Trade and Technology Council
By Kenneth Propp
The TTC’s exclusion of the issues of greatest import in transatlantic economic affairs does not inspire confidence that it will prove to be a lasting institution.
New Atlanticist Nov 2, 2022
German defense state secretary: What ‘Zeitenwende’ really means
By Siemtje Möller
As she travels to Washington this week to meet with US defense officials and others, Siemtje Möller breaks down her country’s historic shift in mindset and force posture.
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Featured in-depth research & reports
The Europe Center conducts research to guide the actions and strategy of key transatlantic decision makers on the issues that will shape the future of the transatlantic relationship.
Report Nov 2, 2022
Digital sovereignty in practice: The EU’s push to shape the new global economy
By Frances Burwell, Kenneth Propp
What does the European Union push for “digital sovereignty” mean in practice? Frances Burwell and Ken Propp provide an update to digital sovereignty and its transatlantic impacts.
In-Depth Research & Reports Aug 31, 2022
Europe home alone: Gaming out the future of transatlantic relations
By Liana Fix, Xenia Kelemen, and Jörn Fleck
The Atlantic Council partnered with Körber-Stiftung International Affairs on the 2022 Körber Policy Game to game out Europe’s reactions to any future rifts in the transatlantic relationship.
Report Jun 27, 2022
Entangling alliances? Europe, the United States, Asia, and the risk of a new 1914
By Bruno Tertrais
How has alliance formation and maintenance changed since the Cold War? As Russia invades Ukraine, China threatens Taiwan, Iran harasses Gulf States, and Turkey’s neighbors worry about Ankara’s designs, it is a good time to reassess the validity of alliances for global security.
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