The views expressed in this essay are those of the author alone and do not necessarily reflect those of AICGS or any other affiliated organizations. Introduction In mid-June 2013, the EU member states will decide whether they intend to open negotiations on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) with the United States. While all …Read More

In this latest installment of the AICGS At Issue Interview Series, AICGS President Jack Janes and Senior Fellow Alexander Privitera sat down with Bruce Stokes, Director of Global Economic Attitudes in the Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project, to discuss the findings of a recent Pew report on attitudes toward the European Project in several European …Read More

On March 26th, the European Commission released its last monitoring report on Croatia, which concludes that the country is ready to join the EU in July 2013. This will, in all likelihood, convince the remaining EU member states to ratify Croatia’s EU accession treaty. What are the outstanding issues in Croatia’s EU accession and what …Read More

In 1989—on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Federal Republic of Germany—President George Herbert Walker Bush asked Germany to be a partner in leadership with the United States. Speaking in Mainz just a half year before the Berlin Wall fell, Bush proclaimed: “The historic genius of the German people has flourished in this …Read More

In this latest installment of the AICGS At Issue Interview Series, AICGS President Jack Janes sat down with Dr. Klaus Scharioth, former German Ambassador to the United States and current Director of the Stiftung Mercator Fellowship on International Affairs, to discuss the need for the proposed Transatlantic Free Trade and Investment Agreement being discussed between …Read More

Simon Green is Professor of Politics and Co-Director of the Aston Centre for Europe at Aston University in the UK. This article first appeared on on 23 January 2013 and can be found here. There will be few set-piece events in David Cameron’s political career that will be more eagerly awaited and closely watched …Read More

The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the German government. Preface Following the Obama administration’s announcement of its pivot toward Asia, there has been a great deal of debate about what this strategic shift means for the transatlantic relationship. The Transpacific Partnership (TPP) project is symbolic …Read More

This was truly a remarkable week for Europe. It opened with Franco-German festivities in Berlin celebrating fifty years of the Elysee treaty. It continued with UK Prime Minister David Cameron pitching his vision for the continent and the need to allow Britons to have a referendum on EU membership in 2017. Finally, the week closed …Read More

The European Union’s end of year summit delivered what amounts to solid progress: there is a deal on a banking union and the European central bank will in fact become the single supervisor for all European financial institutions. Of course, a lot of details still need to be worked out. For those who expected a …Read More

With the EU accepting its Peace and Reconciliation Nobel Prize, it is worth a look at an example of the EU using its reconciliation experience, specifically  in the Arab-Israeli-Palestinian conflict. This essay by Dr. Lily Gardner Feldman, Senior Fellow and Director of the Society, Culture & Politics Program, entitled From Internal Reconciliation to External Reconciliation?  A Sketch of …Read More

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