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OUT NOW: The Transatlantic Economy 2015

The Transatlantic Economy 2015 was released in full in Brussels in March of 2015, and will be released on Capitol Hill in April of 2015.
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Developments in Ukraine

The ongoing conflict in Ukraine has created renewed tension between Russia and the West. Both Europe and the United States face tough challenges in seeking a solution.
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Secretary of State John Kerry (2nd L) meets with Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (R) on March 18, 2015 over Iran's nuclear program in Lausanne. (Brian Snyder/AFP/Getty Images)

Don't Sugarcoat the costs of war with Iran

In his article for the Washington Post, Senior Fellow Hans Binnendijk argues how the U.S. needs to be clear-eyed about the severe consequences of an armed conflict with Iran.
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Central Europe

Putin's Pipeline Predicament

CTR Senior Fellow Michael Haltzel on the implications of the demise of the South Stream pipeline (co-authored by Antto Vihma and Michael Mehling).
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The Future of the Euro

The Future of the Euro is an attempt by political economists to analyze the fundamental causes of the euro crisis, determine how it can be fixed, and consider what likely futures lie ahead for the currency.
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Foreign Policy & Transatlantic Politics

How important are transatlantic relations between the United States and Europe? Europeans and Americans are so intertwined that they are literally in each other’s business--and that greatly effects foreign policy.
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Mediterranean Basin

Greater international cooperation and inclusiveness are needed to promote a freer, more prosperous future for the people living in the broader Mediterranean Basin.
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Human Rights & Democracy

Growing extremism and xenophobia, the backsliding of democracies and corruption in Central and Eastern Europe, threats to human rights, and violation of LGBT rights are some of the greatest challenges Europe and its neighbors are facing. They must be confronted in a transatlantic context.
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Energy

How can Europe and the United States grapple with the energy questions of today and tomorrow?
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