The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a prospective EU-US economic cooperation, still in ongoing negotiations. Similar to our former TTIP projects, this review is meant to provide all interested citizens with diverse information about the benefits, challenges, myths and facts surrounding the proposed partnership. The project is supported financially by the US Embassy in Berlin. Please see our TTIP Governance Rules regarding our editorial independence.
If you are looking for issue-specific information about TTIP, have a look at our TTIP Bibliography, which provides a categorized list of insightful articles about various topics within the TTIP debate. You can also browse through articles published on our website, categorized by the same TTIP topics: TTIP Analyses, Official Statements, Economic Projections, Geo-Strategic Arguments, Democracy and Transparency, Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS), Standards and Regulatory Cooperation, Effects on Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, and Miscellaneous information about TTIP.
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Unbiased Safety Through Procedural Safeguards in TTIP
Trade Agreements Should Allow Countries to Set High Standards
Is the European Union More Precautionary than the US?
TTIP and CETA Jeopardize EU Agriculture and Environmental, Animal Welfare and Consumer Protection Standards
Why Regulatory Harmonization Will not Equal Regulatory Erosion
Theme Week: What Does TTIP Mean for Food and Environment?
Conveying Projections is Difficult, but Critically Important
TTIP and the Economy: It's all About the Non-Tariff Barriers
Twitter Highlights for the Second TTIP Theme Week
Rebuttal: Criticism of TTIP's Economic Projections
„TTIP Strategie- und Aktionskonferenz", TTIP Unfairhandelbar, 26.-27. Februar 2016. Kassel
„Chancen und Potenziale des Freihandelsabkommens mit den USA", Vereinigung der Bayerischen Wirtschaft, 29. Februar 2016. Passau
„TTIP und EPAS: Auswirkungen des Freihandels für Subsahara-Afrika", Colloquium Dritte Welt, Volkshochschule, 1. März. Osnabrück
„TTIP - Gefahr oder Chance für Deutschland", CDU Lichtenrade, 10. März. Berlin
„Faktencheck TTIP – Berlin", Handelsblatt Konferenz, 3.-6. April. Berlin
„Hannover Messe - USA Partnerland", Besuch von US Präsident Obama, 25.-29. April 2016. Hannover
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