Transatlantic Trade and Investment
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is the most ambitious project of European-American economic cooperation yet.
Atlantic-community.org's new section "TTIP-FORUM" features analyses, commentary and debate from all stakeholders, including NGOs, business, think tanks, academics, journalists as well as atlantic-community.org members. View
The Secretary General's Annual Report 2013
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen's Annual Report 2013 describes NATO's achievements in Afghanistan, Kosovo, and against piracy as well as the challenges for the future. Rasmussen focuses on Active Engagement, NATO's Partnerships and Smart Defence. He stresses the need to prioritize, specialize and use multinational approaches to defence and operational capabilities. View
Call for Articles: Striving for a Bold Civil Society in CEE
"Striving for a Bold Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe" is the topic of our first Theme Month of 2014'. Our aim is to promote the integral role of civil society in this region, as well as thinking of ways of how it can be enhanced. We invite all members of atlantic-community.org to submit their analyses, commentary and ideas on this topic in the form of op-eds by March 2, 2014. View
EU Negotiators Should Wake Up and Engage the Public in TTIP
Dutch MEP Marietje Schaake, in this article for atlantic-community.org, argues that the European Commission needs to engage the public in the TTIP negotiations, rather than taking their support for granted. If the Commission were to be more proactive in their communication with the public, TTIP could be a true joint effort between citizens, businesses, politicians and the European institutions. View
Is Germany too Powerful for Europe?
Much of the criticism targeted at Germany and its primarily economic prowess takes for granted a Europe, and indeed a world, caught up in a prisoner's dilemma: where the gain of one is necessarily at the expense of others, otherwise known as a zero-sum game. In the European Union context however, this is not the case. A strong Germany is essential for Europe's growth and development. View
What Kiev Must Do to Keep Ukraine Intact
A Crimea in Russia, a Ukraine in NATO, a G7 without Russia?
Western Responses to Ukraine Crisis: Policy Options
Poland Primed to Lead: Sikorski for NATO Secretary General
The Ukrainian Revolution: Lessons for EU Foreign Policy
TTIP's Corporate Protection: Democracy in Peril?
Only Western-Russian Cooperation Can Stop Ukraine From Fracturing
TTIP: Top 5 Concerns and Criticism
TTIP: Top 5 Hopes and Prospects
The Commandos - The Special Forces Unit in Afghanistan's Army