"Transatlantic Bargain" - A Joint Study with NATO Defense College edited by Mark Ducasse
Feb 21, 2012
The Transatlantic Bargain
Center for Transatlantic Security Studies (CTSS)
NATO Defense College (NDC)
Edited by Mr. Mark Ducasse, Research Fellow
AUTHORS: Ambassador Robert E. Hunter, Director CTSS; L. Barry Charles, CTNSP; Karl-Heinz Kamp; Lawrence S. Kaplan; Diego A. Ruiz Palmer; Karl Kaiser; John Ikenberry; Wallace J. Thies; Michael Ruhle; Sean Kay; Stanley R. Sloan; de Wijk Rob.
Ambassador Robert E. Hunter, CTSS, Ambassador Kurt D. Volker, CTSS, and Dr. Karl-HeinzKamp, NDC, discussed the project in a roundtable event, moderated by Carnegie Europe’s Jan Techau.
The project examines the changing nature of the official and unofficial transatlantic relationship, and the ramifications for the NATO alliance. Thirteen authors from the U.S. and Europe, including two former ambassadors to NATO, present their analysis of the past, present, and future of the European and North American relationship ahead of the May 2012 NATO Summit in Chicago.
“We argue that the Transatlantic Bargain…is still intact. The Alliance remains a community of the likeminded…and NATO remains the institution of choice for the United States to deal with their European partners, despite occasional frustrations.” Mr. Mark Ducasse, CTSS, Project Editor.
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