Transatlantic Transformations

Daniel S. Hamilton

The United States is engaged in an ambitious agenda of defense transformation that is revolutionizing the way the U.S. military organizes, trains, fights, and even thinks about conflict. What impact will this have on America's European allies? How can NATO transform itself for the 21st century? This volume examines the implications of U.S. defense transformation for NATO, particularly how America and its allies can close the "transatlantic transformation gap"—a looming breach in strategic orientation, spending priorities, and conceptual and operational planning and training. It examines European approaches to defense transformations and charts the progress made by the Alliance from Kosovo to Kabul—while showing how far it still has to go. The authors approach the issue of NATO transformation from different perspectives. As a whole, however, their argument is straightforward. If Alliance transformation is to be successful it must include, but also go beyond, the purely military dimension. NATO must transform its scope and strategic rationale, its capabilities, its partnerships—its very ways of doing business. They offer a range of policy prescriptions for the NATO Summit in Istanbul and beyond. Contributors include Richard L. Kugler, Rob de Wijk, George Robertson, Yves Boyer, Jeffrey P. Bialos, Andrew James, Hans Binnendijk, Manfred Engelhardt and Stuart L. Koehl.

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780975332511
  • Publication Date: Sep 2004
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Transatlantic Relations and Global Governance

Kari Möttölä

This book examines the state of transatlantic relations in several key policy areas. It contains the key findings and recommendations resulting from the research program on Transatlantic Relations and Global Governance (2004–05), established by the Unit for Policy Planning and Research of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland. Contributors include Klaus Korhonen (University of Helsinki), Burkhard Auffermann and Taina Järvinen (University of Tampere and Finnish Foreign Ministry), Fraser Cameron (European Policy Centre, Brussels), Brian L. Job and Mark W. Zacher (Centre of International Relations/University of British Columbia,Vancouver), Chantal de Jonge Oudraat (Center for Transatlantic Relations), and Ingo Peters and Jan Bittner (Free University-Berlin).

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780976643463
  • Publication Date: Apr 2006
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A Transatlantic Pivot to Asia

Hans Binnendijk

The American pivot or rebalancing to Asia is a central tenant of U.S. President Barack Obama's national security strategy. It envisions shifting America's focus from decade-long stability operations in the Greater Middle East to a comprehensive approach towards Asia, a region of economic growth and political instability. Many in Europe have misinterpreted this strategy as a U.S. move away from Europe. The purpose of this volume is to correct this record and to suggest that Europe too has vital interests in Asia. The transatlantic partners share common interests in Asia and need more effectively to coordinate their efforts to deal with the complex and dangerous challenges presented in Asia. There needs to be a "Transatlantic Pivot," not just a U.S. pivot. This volume analyzes various elements of what this Transatlantic Pivot might look like, including institutional arrangements, security issues, economics, energy, the environment, transnational challenges, human rights, rule of law, and diplomacy. It suggests a new trilateral relationship between the U.S., Europe, and Asian partners designed to strengthen Asian institutions, solve global problems and resolve disputes peacefully.Authors from the U.S., Europe and Asia contributed to this volume, including: Hans Binnendijk, Tim Boersma, Jaime de Bourbon Parme, Cathleen Cimino, Patrick Cronin, Pieter Feith, Mircea Geoana, Daniel Hamilton, Christopher Hill, Robert Hunter, Karl-Heinz Kamp, Rem Korteweg, Michael Schaefer, Jeffrey Schott, Julianne Smith, Alexander Sullivan, Simon Tay, Abiodun Williams and Reuben Wong.

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780989029476
  • Publication Date: Jul 2014
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Transatlantic Energy Futures

David Koranyi

The quest for sufficient energy resources will play an important strategic role in the rise and fall of nations as well as become a source of potential global disputes over the coming decades. Against this backdrop, Transatlantic Energy Futures analyzes how Europe and the United States will grapple with these looming energy questions:• What are the factors driving energy policy decisions in Washington, Brussels, European capitals, and U.S. states?• What will define their energy mixes in the future?• What are the similarities and differences, convergences and divergences in various energy sectors in Europe and America?• Are there synergies to tap in closer cooperation on energy issues? What should be done to facilitate transatlantic cooperation in the field of energy from a political and economic perspective?• Is a transatlantic energy alliance desirable? Is it even possible? What should be the goals, scope, shape, and influence of such an alliance?

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780984854400
  • Publication Date: Jan 2012
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The Transatlantic Economy 2022

Daniel S. Hamilton

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  • ISBN: 9781947661141
  • Publication Date: Aug 2022
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The Transatlantic Economy 2021

Daniel S. Hamilton

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  • ISBN: 9781947661103
  • Publication Date: Mar 2021
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The Transatlantic Economy 2020

Daniel S. Hamilton

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  • ISBN: 9781733733984
  • Publication Date: Mar 2020
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The Transatlantic Economy 2019

Daniel S. Hamilton

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  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781733733908
  • Publication Date: Apr 2020
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The Transatlantic Economy 2017

Daniel S. Hamilton

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  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780990772163
  • Publication Date: Mar 2017
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The Transatlantic Economy 2014, Volume 2

Daniel S. Hamilton

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780989029452
  • Publication Date: Sep 2016
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The Transatlantic Economy 2014, Volume 1

Daniel S. Hamilton

The Transatlantic Economy annual surveys have become a standard reference for businesses, policymakers, and media interested in the changing role of the U.S. and Europe in the global economy. The 2014 survey offers the most up-to-date set of facts, figures, and analysis available on the deep economic integration binding Europe and the United States.Volume 1 describes the impact of economic and financial crises, prospects for the dollar and euro, the position of the transatlantic economy in relation to high-growth emerging markets, and the changing landscape of international innovation.Volume 2 documents Europeansourced jobs, trade, and investment in each of the fifty U.S. states and U.S.-sourced jobs, trade, and investment in thirty European countries. As the U.S. and Europe negotiate a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, The Transatlantic Economy 2014 will be an indispensable reference.

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780989029421
  • Publication Date: Aug 2016
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The Transatlantic Economy 2012, Volume 2

Daniel S. Hamilton

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780984854462
  • Publication Date: Sep 2016
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The Transatlantic Economy 2012, Volume 1

Daniel S. Hamilton

The Transatlantic Economy surveys have become a standard reference for businesses, policymakers, and media interested in the changing role of the U.S. and Europe in the global economy. This edition will further advance that trend. The Transatlantic Economy 2012 survey offers the most up-to-date set of facts, figures, and analysis available on the deep economic integration binding Europe and the United States.Volume 1 describes the impact of economic and financial crises; prospects for the dollar and euro; the position of the transatlantic economy in relation to high-growth emerging markets; and the changing landscape of international innovation.Volume 2 documents European-sourced jobs, trade, and investment in each of the fifty U.S. states and U.S.-sourced jobs, trade, and investment in thirty European countries.

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780984854448
  • Publication Date: Nov 2015
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The Transatlantic Economy 2011

Daniel S. Hamilton

The Transatlantic Economy surveys have become a standard reference for business, policymakers, and the media interested in the changing role of the U.S. and Europe in the global economy. This edition will further advance that trend. The Transatlantic Economy 2011 offers the most up-to-date survey of European sourced jobs, trade, and investment for each of the fifty U.S. states as well as U.S.-sourced jobs, trade, and investment for all European economies. Special chapters examine how the United States and Europe have emerged from the financial crisis, evaluate future prospects for onshored and offshored jobs, and present a new look at how key city-regions are driving prospects for transatlantic prosperity.

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780984134175
  • Publication Date: Mar 2011
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The Transatlantic Economy 2010

Daniel S. Hamilton

The Transatlantic Economy 2010 offers the most upto-date survey of European-sourced jobs, trade, and investment for each of the fifty U.S. states and U.S.-sourced jobs, trade, and investment for all EU member states and other European economies. Special chapters examine the impact of the Great Recession on the U.S. and Europe, future prospects for onshored and offshored jobs, and a new look at how key city-regions are driving prospects for transatlantic prosperity.The Transatlantic Economy surveys have become a standard reference for businesses, policymakers, and the media interested in the changing role of the U.S. and Europe in the global economy.

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780984134137
  • Publication Date: Mar 2010
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The Transatlantic Economy 2009

Daniel S. Hamilton

Over the past few years the Center for Transatlantic Relations has offered a series of studies examining the changing nature of the transatlantic economy in a globalizing world. The Transatlantic Economy 2009 offers the most up-to-date survey of European sourced jobs, trade, and investment for each of the fifty U.S. states as well as U.S.-sourced jobs, trade, and investment for all EU member states and other European economies. Also included is a special section that analyzes the impact of the global financial crisis on the transatlantic economy."The work of Daniel Hamilton and Joseph Quinlan on globalization and transatlantic relations is already compulsory reading for many entrepreneurs, politicians, journalists and academics."—José Manuel Durão Barroso, President of the European Commission

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780980187168
  • Publication Date: Jan 2009
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The Transatlantic Economy 2008

Daniel S. Hamilton

One of the defining features of the global economic landscape over the past decade has been the increasing integration and cohesion of the transatlantic economy. Over the past few years the Center for Transatlantic Relations has offered a series of studies examining the changing nature of the transatlantic economy in a globalizing world. The Transatlantic Economy 2008 annual report offers the most up-to-date survey of European-sourced jobs, trade, and investment for each of the fifty U.S. states and U.S.-sourced jobs, trade, and investment for all EU member states and other European economies.

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780978882174
  • Publication Date: Feb 2008
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The Transatlantic Economy 2006

Daniel S. Hamilton

One of the defining features of the global economic landscape over the past decade has been the increasing integration and cohesion of the transatlantic economy. Over the past few years the Center for Transatlantic Relations has offered a series of studies examining the changing nature of the transatlantic economy in a globalizing world. The Transatlantic Economy 2006 annual report offers the most up-to-date set of facts and figures describing the deep economic integration binding European nations to America's fifty states.

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780976643494
  • Publication Date: Jan 2007
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The Transatlantic Economy 2005

Daniel S. Hamilton

One of the defining features of the global economic landscape over the past decade has been the increasing integration and cohesion of the transatlantic economy. Over the past few years the Center for Transatlantic Relations has offered a series of studies examining the changing nature of the transatlantic economy in a globalizing world. The Transatlantic Economy 2005 annual report offers the most up-to-date set of facts and figures describing the deep economic integration binding European nations to America's fifty states.

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780976643470
  • Publication Date: Feb 2006
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Transatlantic 2020

Daniel S. Hamilton

This volume examines fundamental societal, economic, political, and security trends affecting the EU and the U.S. over the next decade. It posits what such trends could mean for the transatlantic partnership by 2020, and, using policy scenarios, recommends the choices likely to influence those patterns.What will the rise of Asia and the BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) mean for Europe and the United States? How might the consequences differ for the transatlantic partners, and what would that mean for the transatlantic partnership itself? What demographic trends will influence Europe and North America, how will the impact differ, and what effect could this have on the transatlantic partnership? How will trends in demographic change, trends in human mobility, and changes in energy sustainability affect each side of the Atlantic, how will these effects differ for each partner, and what might be the consequences for the partnership? These are the issues explored in this important study.

  • Imprint: Center for Transatlantic Relations SAIS
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780984134151
  • Publication Date: Dec 2010
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