As part of an expanded collaboration between the Brookings Institution and the Robert Bosch Stiftung, the Transatlantic Initiative is a comprehensive multi-year project of applied research and programming. The aim of the initiative is to create synergies and originate new activities that reinvigorate transatlantic collaboration on global issues.
Trans-Atlantic cooperation after the US election: Perspectives from France and Germany
Trans-Atlantic cooperation and the international order after the US election
Webinar: Rebuilding the trans-Atlantic relationship after COVID-19
You have such a huge difference between Donald Trump and Joe Biden in their attitudes towards Europe [...] It makes a big difference that we now have a president who is committed to transatlantic relations [... Biden has been] steeped in these issues for decades so that’s a relief for the Europeans.
The United States has lost credibility; there’s no question about that [...] If you have total gridlock on Capitol Hill and you don’t have the ability to get things done to improve people’s lives, you’re not going to command a lot of moral authority.