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Jan 272014
 

Transworld Op-Ed by Stefano Silvestri Past President, IAI January 22, 2014 For both the United States and Europe, the foreign policy scenario is in disarray. By the end of this year NATO should withdraw the bulk of its fighting forces from Afghanistan without any certainty of the outcome. The intervention in Libya has ousted a [...]

 Posted by on January 27, 2014
Jun 182013
 

Transworld Op-Ed by Nathalie Tocci Deputy Director, IAI June 14, 2013 Taken at face value, democracy and human rights ought to represent the lynchpin of transatlantic resilience. Europe and North America have always been bound by a complex set of economic and security interests. But while the convergence of material interests has physiologically ebbed and [...]

May 162013
 

Transworld Op-Ed by Ranabir Samaddar Director, Calcutta Research Group May 14, 2013 The anxiety about sustainability first came to the fore after the Second World War, when the euphoria of the victory of liberalism over fascism was mixed with the concern that the world would not be able to withstand another such event of mass [...]

Mar 202013
 

Transworld Op-Ed by Michelle Egan, American University of Washington (AU) March 20, 2013 The long-heralded effort for a US-EU free trade agreement (FTA), furthering trade and investment ties between the world’s two major economic partners, made a major step forward with President Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech. Obama announced that he would seek [...]

 Posted by on March 20, 2013