The Center has a number of specific projects that deal with aspects of the transatlantic relationship: Protecting Privacy: Transatlantic Perspectives and Challenges; Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Negotiations; and In Search of a Transatlantic Agora: The EU-US Values Debate and the Quest for Global Leadership. We also have research and outreach activities related to the transatlantic relationship more generally.
Associated activities and research
17 Nov. 2016 Scott Brown’s piece on the implications of a Trump Presidency for Europe and transatlantic relations published by the Scottish Global Forum.
21 Jan. 2016 Caroline Vicini, Deputy Ambassador of the EU to the U.S., discussed “The Transatlantic Agenda 2016.”
(With the Atlanta Council on International Relations).
22 Apr. 2015 His Excellency David O’Sullivan, EU Ambassador to the United States, discussed “The United States and the European Union: Partners in Challenging Times”
5 Dec. 2012 Panel discussion on ‘US Foreign Policy Challenges: A Regional Project for Europe’
Malgorzata Bak (Specialist, Office of Foreign Affairs, Presidential Chancellery- Poland)
Teitur Bjorn (Einarsson, Chairman, Foreign Affairs Committee, Independence Party-Iceland)
Marjana Ivanova-Jevsejeva (Member of Parliament- Latvia)
Samuele Pii (Assistant to the Vice President, Tuscan Regional Assembly- Italy)
Jenny Karin Bjornsdotter Salaj (Political Policy Adviser to the Chairman of the Defense Committee, Swedish Parliament-Sweden)
Dr. Vicki Birchfield (Nunn School)
Dr. Katja Weber (Nunn School)
9 May 2012 Paula J. Dobriansky, Ambassador and Harvard Professor, discussed “Europe: An American Diplomat’s Assessment,” to mark Europe Day in Atlanta 2012.
21 Feb. 2012 Luis Vassy, Press Counselor of the Embassy of France, discussed French-American Relations and the Challenges of Global Leadership.