Europe & Russia

Europe includes the member states of the European Union and others that are part of the European continent.

Since the creation of NATO, Russia has been an adjacent regional leader, and its rise on the global stage has created new challenges to the world order that Europe and the United States have often together tried to mitigate, while also finding productive ways to cooperate with Moscow toward shared ends.

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Instability Threatens to Undermine the European Project
America Needs a Strong Transatlantic Alliance. Here’s Why.

David M. Andrews

Professor of International Relations and Director, European Union Center of California, Scripps College

Mira Kamdar

Author

Colleen Bell

Former United States Ambassador to Hungary (2014-2017)

Robert H. Tuttle

Co-Managing Partner, Tuttle-Click Automotive Group; U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom (2005-2009)

John B. Emerson

Chair, American Council on Germany & Vice Chairman, Capital Group International, Inc.

Demosthenes James Peterson

President, Longview Global Advisors
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