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Obama and Cameron, com'on – All We Need is Fromm
Obama and Cameron, com'on – All We Need is Fromm

Reflections on the brotherly love of President Obama and Prime Minister David Cameron, Erich Fromm, and what capitalism needs. By Amna Whiston. (01/30/2014)

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IA-Forum Interview: Dr. Jolyon Howorth
IA-Forum Interview: Dr. Jolyon Howorth
Dr. Jolyon Howorth discusses EU security issues including the Libya crisis and NATO. (06/28/2011) Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Cleo Paskal
IA-Forum Interview: Cleo Paskal
IA-Forum speaks with Cleo Paskal about her book Global Warring: How Environmental, Economic, and Political Crises Will Redraw the W... Read More...


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Does Europe Matter to the Obama Administration?
The question of how much Europe matters to the United States will ultimately be answered by how much Europe actually delivers on key policy questions such as dealing with instability in places like Af... Read More...


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Law and the Lone Superpower
This article explains the nature of the US European divide over international law and how it should be resolved. Abstract at link, full article in PDF form. By William H. Taft IV Frances G. Burwell... Read More...


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Torture a Looming Crisis in Transatlantic Relations
Article explains that failure to prosecute war crimes could result in a tension in transatlantic relations. By Bernard Finel. (Atlantic Council, 4/22/2009) Read More...


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Beyond Closing Guantanamo: Rebuilding a Transatlantic Partnership in International Law
Describes steps the US should take to strengthen international law and reaffirm our commitment to it. Full article is available in pdf format. Abstract is available at the link. Project Director & ... Read More...


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Afghanistan: Post-Taliban Governance, Security, and U.S. Policy
In this comprehensive report, Kenneth Katzman discusses the challenges facing US and NATO forces in Afghanistan. By providing a thorough overview of the primary actors and relevant history, the report... Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Jacqueline Grapin
IA-Forum Interview: Jacqueline Grapin
IA-Forum speaks with The European Institute's Jacqueline Grapin, about transatlantic relations. By Valentine Pasquesoone (04/19/2009) Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Stephen J. Silvia
IA-Forum Interview: Stephen J. Silvia
IA-Forum speaks with American University Prof. Stephen J. Silvia about relations between the European Union and the United States. By Valentine Pasquesoone (03/08/2009) Read More...


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The Role of Russia in Europe's Security Architecture
The Russian Analytical Digest discusses security models in the context of Russia and its relations with Europe and the United States. By Margarete Klein, et al. (Russian and Eurasian Security Network,... Read More...


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RIEAS
The objective of the Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS) is to promote the understanding of international affairs. Special attention is devoted to transatlantic relations, int... Read More...


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Five Lessons in Global Diplomacy
The start of a US administration is a special moment. The US and Europe should use it to recommit themselves to the task of building rules, trust and partnerships for our global world, writes Javier S... Read More...


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Obama’s “Talking” Cure
Can negotiations can truly "bridge the gap" between the U.S. and its enemies? By Joshua Muravchik (Commentary, 09/01/2008) Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Prof. David Chandler
IA-Forum Interview: Prof. David Chandler
IA-Forum speaks with Prof. David Chandler about Western interventions in the name of promoting democracy. By Katharine Slocombe (IA-Forum, 03/17/2008) Read More...


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UK agrees missile defence request
The UK will allow the US to construct part of its missile defence system in the UK. The Defence Secretary says that this will benefit the UK by giving it access to missile warning data, but opponents ... Read More...


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Caracastan
The author discusses the recent trip of Hugo Chavez to Iran, Iran’s increased role in Latin America, and the efforts of the Venezuelan President to use the assistance of the Islamic Republic to increa... Read More...


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The End of the ‘Post-Soviet Space’
With the collapse of the Soviet Union, former Soviet states are now in the middle of a power struggle amongst newly formed regional organizations as well as NATO and the new Russia. Soviet-era paradi... Read More...


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Dialogue Radio: #676 The Voice of Law
Interview with Jed Rubenfeld, who discusses the difference between American and European views of the purpose and future of international organizations and international law. He bases his argument on... Read More...


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Blair Endorses Gordon Brown as His Successor
As widely expected, Blair endorsed Gordon Brown as his desired successor. Article looks at what this means for Britain and her Economy. By Alan Cowell (NY Times, 05/11/07) Read More...


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Europeans' chill deepens on US policy
The author confronts a growing problem for America's European allies: reconciling domestic opinion with unpopular foreign policy. By Robert Marquand (Christian Science Monitor, 2/23/2007). Read More...


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IA Forum Interview: Dr. Robin Niblett
IA Forum speaks to the new director of Chatham House, Dr Robin Niblett, about the transatlantic relationship and the future of U.S.-European cooperation. By Jason Miks. (IA-Forum, 1/26/2007) Read More...


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Institute for Public Affairs (Bratislava, Slovakia)
The program analyses trends in the development of the European Union, NATO, and trans-Atlantic relations, and their implications. Read More...


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A Lobby, Not a Conspiracy
A recent essay by distinguished academics calling for a reassessment of America's policy towards Israel and blaming the pro-Israel lobby in Washington for a distorted foreign policy should not be dism... Read More...


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Merkel’s Atlantic Crossing
Jens F. Laurson and George A. Pieler discuss Angela Merkel's visit to the U.S. and how it bodes well for Germany to re-occupy the position of quiet power that suits it best. (TCS Daily, 01/25/2006 - I... Read More...


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IA-Forum Interview: Minister Boguslaw Winid
IA Forum discusses issues facing Poland and Polish-American relations with Minister Boguslaw Winid of the Polish Embassy to the United States. By Michal Kwiatkowski. (IA-Forum, 10/1/2005) Read More...


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American Institute for Contemporary German Studies
Affiliated with the Johns Hopkins University, AICGS provides a comprehensive program of public forums, policy studies, research and study groups designed to enrich the political, corporate and scholar... Read More...


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Anticipating Angela
Dr. Jackson Janes discusses the prospect of Angela Merkel becoming the German Chancellor, including its impact on German foreign relations. (American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, 02 Jun... Read More...


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U.S. Rebuffs Germans on Security Council Bid
This article describes the attempt by Germany to gain U.S. support for its bid to join the U.N. Security Council. The current overall effort to expand the Security Council is discussed as well. By S... Read More...


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All nostalgia is futile at the beginning of history
The Financial Times' Philip Stephens muses on our entering a new age and the lessons it will likely hold, especially for Europeans. (Financial Times, 5/27/2005 - $) Read More...


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