Interested in thoughtful analyses on TTIP? Here are our recommendations for informative articles published within the last year or so. Learn about various TTIP Analyses and Economic Projections, read Official Statements and Geo-Strategic arguments about TTIP, and know more about the controversy over ISDS, Democracy and Transparency, Standards and Regulatory Cooperation and conflicting opinions about the effects of TTIP on SMEs.
1. TTIP Analyses
What TTIP Deal Does Europe Want? By Josef Janning, published by the European Council of Foreign Affairs in June 2015.
We must engage with TTIP or else risk being shut out by Jude Kirton-Darling published by Left Foot Forward in June 2015.
Resisting TTIP: Dissecting the popular resentment toward the world's most ambitious free trade agreement by Sebastian Andrei, published by EuropeanPublicAffairs.eu in May 2015.
Without the US, Europe is fighting a losing battle by Thomas Straubhaar, published by the Transatlantic Academy in March 2015.
A Fresh Start for TTIP by Sebastian Dullien, Adriana Garcia, and Josef Janning published by the European Council of Foreign Affairs in February 2015.
Ambassador O'Sullivan: No need to panic or fret over TTIP interviewed by Daniela Vincenti, Editor-in-Chief of EurActiv published in February 2015.
Eurobarometer: For and Against TTIP published by Borderlex in January 2015.
TTIP talks must stay on track by Stuart Eizenstat, published by Politico in January 2015.
The TTIP's impact: bringing in the missing issue by Martin Myant and Ronan O'Brien, a working paper published by the European Trade Union Institute in January 2015.
Departing from TTIP and Going Plurilateral by Pierre Defraigne, published by Madariaga Papers in October 2014.
TTIP – The Road to Corporate Slavery from the Institute of Modern Politics, a Bulgarian Think Tank, published in December 2014.
The Structural Weaknesses of TTIP by Heribert Dieter, published by Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik in July 2014.
2. Official Statements
EU-US negotiations on TTIP: a survey of current issues by Laura Puccio, a publication from the European Parliamentary Research Service in June 2015.
TTIP and the Czech Republic speech by EU Commissioner for Trade, Cecilia Malmstrom in June 2015.
Consumers at the heart of the TTIP a publication from BEUC, The European Consumer Organization in May 2015.
TTIP vote: positive signal for jobs and growth, a press release by the EPP Group in the European Parliament, published in May 2015.
Future EU Trade Policy: Achieving Europe's Strategic Goals speech by EU Commissioner for Trade, Cecilia Malmstrom in May 2015.
Press Conference on the 9th Round of TTIP Negotiations with Dan Mullaney and Ignacio Garcia-Bercero in April 2015.
Update on Progress for the President's Trade Agenda for 2015 with Catherine A. Novelli in April 2015.
Why TTIP is good for Austria speech by EU Commissioner for Trade, Cecilia Malmstrom in January 2015.
Why TTIP is good for Germany speech by EU Commissioner for Trade, Cecilia Malmstrom in January 2015.
3. Economic Projections
TTIP: Implications for Labor by Rainer Hampp Verlag, published by the International Center for Development and Decent Work in October 2014.
The Impact of TTIP: The underlying economic model and comparisons by Jacques Pelkmans, Arjan Lejour , Lorna Schrefler, Federica Mustilli and Jacopo Timini, published by the Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in October 2014.
4. Geo-Strategic Arguments
The case for TTIP by Edward Alden, published by Politico in June 2015.
The new transatlantic alliance for the 21st century by Jacek Saryusz-Wolski published by The Hill in June 2015.
If not now, when? by Joao Vale de Almeida, published by Politico in June 2015.
The Geopolitical Impact of TTIP: A Transatlantic Fortress or an Open Platform? By Miriam Sapiro published by Instituto Affari Internazionali in May 2015.
The political economy of TTIP: The view from the United States by Claude Barfield, published by the American Enterprise Institute in April 2015.
The Geostrategic Implications of TTIP by Daniel Hamilton and Steven Blockmans, published by the Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in April 2015.
More than trade, TTIP leads to confident Atlanticism by Daniel Hamilton and Joseph Quinlan published by EurActiv.com in March 2015.
The Strategic Case for TTIP by Hans Kundnani published by the European Council of Foreign Affairs in February 2015.
5. Democracy and Transparency
A TTIP-ping point for democracy? by Gabriel Siles-Brugge and Nicolette Butler, published by the University of Manchester, School of Social Sciences in Summer 2015.
TTIP is not the threat to European democracy that it is portrayed by its opponents by Robert Basedow, published by The London School of Economics and Political Science in June 2015.
A Secret: TTIP is not a secret by Jacob Schrot, published by EurAmerica Blog in June 2015.
Getting legislatures on both sides of the Atlantic engaged in TTIP, policy brief by Maja Ifland published by the German Marshall Fund of the United States in May 2015.
6. Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS)
Why Does ISDS Matter? by Jonathon Peel published by EurActiv.com in June 2015.
Matthias Fekl: ‘The EU should have its own arbitration court' interviewed by Cecile Barbiere for EurActiv, published in June 2015.
Future of ISDS in TTIP and beyond. Is now the time for reform? by Bulboaca & Asociatii SCA, published by Lexicology in June 2015.
The obscure legal system that lets corporations sue countries by Claire Provost and Matt Kennard, published by The Guardian in June 2015.
New Trade Agreements Don't Need ISDS by Jason Yackee, published by cato-unbound.org of the CATO Institute in May 2015.
Transatlantic Investment Treaty Protection – A Response to Poulsen, Bonnitcha and Yackee by Freya Baetens, published by the Center for European Policy Studies in March 2015.
Transatlantic Investment Treaty Protection by Lauge Poulsen, Jonathan Bonnitcha and Jason Yackee, published by the Center for European Policy Studies in March 2015.
Why Are We in Favor of Ditching Investment Protection by Sebastian Dullien, published by the European Council of Foreign Affairs in February 2015.
Key Findings as presented and discussed by Professor Hindelang on Investor-State Dispute Settlement Provisions in the EU's International Investment Agreements (ISDS), a study done by Dr Pieter Jan Kuijper, Dr Dr h.c. Ingolf Pernice, Dr Stefan Hindelang, Michael Schwarz and Martin Reuling, published in September 2014.
7. Standards, Regulatory Cooperation
This time it's different: Turbo-charging regulatory cooperation in TTIP by Peter Chase and Jacques Pelkmans, published by the Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in June 2015.
TTIP: Why the World Should Beware by Manuel Perez-Rocha, published by the Transnational Institute (TNI) in May 2015.
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: The Services Dimension by Patrick Messerlin, published by the Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in May 2015.
L'enfant terrible: TTIP and the birth of weak regulation by Lora Verheeke of the Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO), published by Government Gazette in April 2015.
TTIP Opponents Fret Over Phantom Liberalization of GIs by K. William Watson, published by the CATO institute in January 2015.
8. Effects on Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Lange: I want citizens and SMEs to benefit from TTIP, not Business Europe by Bernd Lange published by EurActiv.com in June 2015.
TTIP: The opportunities for small and medium-sized enterprises published by the EU Publications Office in March 2015.
Out Ambassadors: Global Trade Agreement Will Lift Up LGBT Lives by a group of special contributors to the publishing website, the Advocate.
The Consumer's Guide to TTIP by Murad Khan published by CAPX in May 2015.
The strange case of the shy lobbyists: why no-one will admit to lobbying for TTIP published by Corporate Europe Observatory in May 2015.
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