In 2019 & 2020, TPN commissioned a series of thought papers designed to catalyze new thinking and ideas to renew and strengthen the transatlantic partnership and agenda. The views expressed are those of the author(s) and are not necessarily endorsed by the Transatlantic Policy Network.
The Security Dimension
Author Professor Simon Serfaty argues that the partnership is in jeopardy at a time when unity is essential, indeed, still vital. This is not because, absent their alliance, the United States and Europe would be denied a future, but because that future would be less promising, more dangerous, and less comfortable. View and download below.
The Folly of Not Taking the Transatlantic Partnership Seriously
The Case Against the West
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The Political Dimension: Restoring a Transatlantic Sense of Purpose – Dr. Robin Niblett
Sustainable Development: A Transatlantic Partnership for Sustainable Development? – Janez Potočnik
Digital Transformation: A New Transatlantic Partnership for the Digital Age – Peter Linton
Trade and Economics: A New Beginning for the Transatlantic Economic Partnership – Bruce Stokes