The latest issue of the AP Newsletter includes five pieces written exclusively for Atlantic Partnership. Our esteemed panel, Karsten Voigt and Ulf Gartzke offer the European perspective on the U.S. presidential elections, while Dr. Angela Stent comments on the position of Russia after Davos. We are also honored to feature an original piece looking at […]
By Niall Ferguson The Daily Telegraph Two vignettes that say much about the American way of war. First, two trigger-happy reservist pilots making a lethal attack on a British armoured convoy during the initial phase of Operation Iraqi Freedom, despite indications that their targets were, in fact, their own allies.
By Daniel Hamilton Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung On the eve of Germany’s presidency of both the European Union and the G8 in January, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is reviving talk of a Transatlantic Free Trade Area. Daniel Hamilton argues for an open transatlantic market, which tackles the major domestic barriers to transatlantic commerce. Allowing a free […]
By Ulf Gartzke Weekly Standard In the nightmare scenarios for American and French conservatives, France and the United States could both have female, left-of-center presidents in power by January 2009. Ulf Gartzke discusses the impact of Franco-American relations on domestic electoral politics.
By Ronald Asmus German Marshall Fund of the US The fifth and final Riga Paper, this work consists of four essays contributed by authors from Israel, the Persian Gulf, Australia and Japan. These authors explore what their countries might expect from the Alliance in the future as NATO seeks to develop a new concept of […]