|Author (Corporate)||German Marshall Fund of the United States|
|Publisher||German Marshall Fund of the United States|
Transatlantic Trends is an annual public opinion survey examining American and European attitudes toward the transatlantic relationship. A project of the German Marshall Fund and the Compagnia di San Paolo, with additional support provided by Fundação Luso-Americana and Fundación BBVA, the 2005 survey examines what citizens on both sides of the Atlantic think about a broad range of topics, including: Perceptions of foreign policy threats, such as international terrorism, nuclear weapons, and global warming; American and European views of each other and other countries, as well as their ability to work on global and international problems together; George W. Bush's efforts to mend transatlantic relations;European feelings about the EU, particularly in light of the failure of the referenda on the EU Constitutional Treaty; Transatlantic views on the role of the European Union as a global actor and potential superpower; Democracy promotion as a foreign policy goal; Turkey's accession to the European Union; The role of NATO and the United Nations.
|Countries / Regions||Europe, United States|