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Reordering Transatlantic Security

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has made some of the traditional transatlantic security discussions obsolete. It could lead to a new order for security cooperation between the United States and Europe.

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“On China, Europe Is Not There”

Transatlantic relations are close but could be closer, says Ben Rhodes, former foreign policy advisor to President Obama. What’s missing is greater alignment on China policy. And there’s also the danger of the US turning into an autocracy.

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Transatlantic Sanctions Policy and the Rise of Middle Powers

By countering Russia’s war against Ukraine through trade and finance, the United States and Europe are increasing the leverage of the likes of India and Turkey which seize on market disruptions to advance domestic or regional priorities. Economic policy-making must adapt to a diversified set of powerbrokers.

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Safe Harbors and Uncertain Prospects

With war raging in Ukraine, the countries of Southeastern Europe are increasingly relevant, particularly in terms of infrastructure. Politically they could also become more important, if the EU played its cards right. 

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