Transatlantic Trends 2014

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Over the past year, policymakers on both sides of the Atlantic have been confronted with increasingly grave foreign policy challenges, even as the global economic crisis appeared to retreat somewhat: bloody wars and civil strife in the Middle East and a worsening conflict in Ukraine — all before a backdrop of partisan political divisions and domestic concerns that limit citizens’ appetite for international engagement. Under the circumstances, politicians and publics alike face difficult questions about burden-sharing in the context of transatlantic cooperation, the future of NATO and the European project, negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program, the impact of mobility and migration on foreign and security policy, and the West’s relations with Russia.

Transatlantic Trends 2014 paints a picture of a complex relationship between the United States and Europe, and their responses to these challenges.

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