Innovative Proposals for the G20 Summit
This week, Atlantic Community, in collaboration with Policy Innovation e.V., turns its attention to the G8 and G20 summits. We will be publishing policy papers written by members of the German Delegation to the G8 and G20 youth events. Their Final Communiqué will be presented to the real heads of state of all G20 and G8 countries. Help to shape their ideas by commenting on the articles online! View
Transatlantic Policy on Syria: Call for Articles
Our fourth Theme Week is on transatlantic policy on the Syrian conflict. Since the war began in 2011, Western governments have yet to put forth a clear policy on Syria. Meanwhile, Assad continues to wage war on the rebels and the number of casualties is up to 70,000. We invite you to submit articles on how the transatlantic partners should respond to this war. View
Embracing Brazil: Transatlantic Cooperation to Confront Global Challenges
In Atlantic Community's Memo on Brazil, members agree that the transatlantic community must embrace the rising power as a valuable partner in combating major global challenges, including development issues, climate change, energy policy, and global trade. Existing initiatives established with Brazil should be taken advantage of, and new ones should be created. View
The World Braces Itself As North Korea Flexes Its Muscles
Since the beginning of 2013, North Korea has successfully carried out three nuclear tests and has launched a satellite into orbit. Although the rogue nation has a history of threats and provocative actions, there is growing global concern over what North Korea can and will do. Atlantic Community's Press Commentary provides you with opinions on the subject from around the world. View
Security in the Sahel: Regional Initiatives in Pursuit of Long-Term Stability
In Atlantic Community's Memo. "Security in the Sahel," our members outline their policy recommendations on transatlantic policy in the Sahel region of Africa. Dr. Thomas Bagger, Head of the Policy Planning Staff of Germany's Federal Foreign Office, has now provided his feedback on the Memo. Let us know what you think by commenting online!
Why Partners Matter: Four Foreign Ministers Explain
The World Weighs in on Burmese President Thein Sein's Visit to Washington
Schaeuble's Interim Banking Union
How to Write a Great Op-Ed
Is Syria Like Iraq?
Don't Miss the African Opportunities
The Three Pillars Leading to Gender Equality
The SDR as a Successor to Bretton-Woods
The Time is Ripe for a New Global Trade Agreement
It's Time to Move Beyond Plastic
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