French President Macron and German Chancellor Merkel at an EU summit on defense

2018 Global Outlook: The Euro-Atlantic relationship

  • Europe has accepted that it can no longer rely on the U.S. for global leadership
  • In defense, structured cooperation is the first sign that the EU is starting to act
  • On trade policy, the EU could gain influence is setting global standards
  • The key challenge is to avoid damaging transatlantic structures, especially NATO

The postwar transatlantic relationship is often described as a family matter – with the United States cast as the powerful and mostly benevolent hegemon and the (Western) European countries as more or less distant relatives, dependent on the protection and goodwill of their patriarch. Relations had been cooling for at least a decade, but this process was expedited by the presidency of Donald Trump. Even worse, mutual trust has eroded.

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Dr. Michael Wohlgemuth
There are structural reasons why transatlantic estrangement will be more than a passing, Trump-related phase
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What's inside
  • Europe has accepted that it can no longer rely on the U.S. for global leadership
  • In defense, structured cooperation is the first sign that the EU is starting to act
  • On trade policy, the EU could gain influence is setting global standards
  • The key challenge is to avoid damaging transatlantic structures, especially NATO
Who will benefit?
  • Report is targeted to the decision makers in cross country manufacturing – suppliers, manufacturers, logistics.
  • Also considered useful for the administrative university facilities, to better understand the possibe effects of current decisions.
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