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Transatlantic Relations


Ensuring that transatlantic flows are sustained in the COVID-19 crisis is one of the most important things that can be done right now.


That Trump may have tried and failed to poach a German company is a perfect narrative for a country deep in crisis.


Europeans have little to worry about a Sanders presidency.


Europe can still turn around the transatlantic relationship. But it needs to recognize the historical patterns at work behind Donald Trump and rethink its …


The economist MARTIN WOLF thinks Europe has no chance of gaining real strategic autonomy.

“Putin and Xi Want  to Split Apart Allies”

Germany needs to take the twin threats of Russia and China more seriously, argues Republican Senator TOM COTTON, a member of the US Senate …

Red Herring & Black Swan: Is the German Question Back?

As the transatlantic relationship frays, thereʼs renewed talk of a return to German dominance in Europe. In fact, US withdrawal could have the opposite effect, as Franceʼs military might become more important.


The White House is threatening to withdraw US troops from Germany. With Donald Trump, this could actually happen.


Germany and Europe will not find solutions to the climate crisis without the United States


Giving a flat “no” to a naval mission to protect shipping in the Persian Gulf does not solve Germany’s dilemmas.


In the run-up to the European elections, US President Donald Trump shows where his sympathies lie.


Europe has to figure out the means to an independent foreign policy and stand up to the US president on certain issues, says Barack …


Imagining US foreign policy beyond 2020 means learning from past mistakes. While new narratives are taking hold, politicians on the American left and right …


Will the United States remain nationalist and isolationist even after Donald Trump? German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas seems to think so. But his America …


Trump’s provocations and bullying grab the headlines. But there are also structural factors causing transatlantic tension.


The US-Europe partnership living in a powder keg, and many fear that at the NATO summit in Brussels next week, Donald Trump will light a match.