The Future of Transatlantic Relations

Improving global governance
Posted Apr 15, 2018 | Centre of Transatlanic Relations, John Hopkins University , Hans Binnendijk

In an address to the College of Europe in March 2018, Hans Binnendijk of the John Hopkins University explores the transatlantic relationship and suggests that European leaders need to remember that broader American values still underpin the liberal international order which they seek to preserve. The backlash to globalization, greater federalism, economic recession, and the immigration crisis has stimulated populism in nearly every country. American leaders in both political parties need to speak out against the authoritarian ideas that are undermining the U.S.-built order and the institutions that have provided peace and prosperity for seven decades


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