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Transatlantic Relations


The next US president could spell the end of the liberal international order.


How the EU, Russia, and China can protect the Iran nuclear deal.


Assertive rhetoric about European security autonomy rings hollow.


President-elect Trump’s relationship with Putin is likely to run into obstacles.


As his last bow in Europe, Barack Obama passionately defended Western values with “his closest ally,” Angela Merkel.


The “unthinkable” has happened – again. The consequences for Europe and the world loom large.

Here’s what a Trump presidency could mean for Europe.

Germany awakes to the reality of a Trump presidency.

Why the “old continent” will miss Barack Obama.


Donald Trump isn’t the only one to question the worth of the transatlantic alliance, but the critics miss what it achieves for the United States.


The battle for TTIP looks to be increasingly uphill, at least in Germany.


On his likely final visit to Germany US president Barack Obama must have left disappointed.


An executive power like the US exercises a completely different leadership style than a consensus-based power like Germany. Leaders on both sides should keep this in mind.


Without TTIP Europe’s competitiveness in the global market is in danger, especially in light of the TPP agreement the US is negotiating with Asia.


With US President Barack Obama and the 2016 Democratic presidential candidates rolling out their climate change strategies, now is a good time to take a look at what has worked – and what has not – in Germany and the rest of Europe.


American experts have no shortage of suggestions for how Europeans could save Greece and ultimately fix the euro crisis. Yet most of the commentary is as uninformed as it is critical.