With the tightening U.S. Presidential race in its final stages, Europeans are coming to grips with the prospect of a Romney foreign policy. President Obama remains a slight favorite according to most pundits and a second Obama term would see changes in personnel and focus that could have modest impact on the… Read more >
Determining the economic policy approach of the United States for the next four years, Americans have the opportunity in November to remain with President Barack Obama or switch to Republican presidential nominee-to-be Mitt Romney. But what would a Romney presidency mean for the transatlantic partnership? Over the weekend, Glenn Hubbard sent a… Read more >
With topics of debate in this year’s U.S. presidential race shifting away from a predominantly economic focus, AICGS Non-Resident Fellow Dr. Klaus Larres examines the foreign policy approach of presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney.