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Prospects for Transatlantic Cooperation in Biotech Policy—A U.S. Perspective

L. Val Giddings | Information Technology and Innovation Foundation | 03/11/2022

There are multiple opportunities to advance solutions to major societal challenges by fostering transatlantic cooperation in biotech policy. But developing and applying them will require a return to science-based regulation…

Russia Import Dependency Problem

Fredrik Erixon, Oscar Guinea, Vanika Sharma, Renata Zilli | European Centre for International Political Economy | 03/04/2022

The Coming Trade Sanctions Against Russia

Michael Volkov | JD Supra | 01/19/2022

President Putin is making sure that Russia dominates the early 2022 headlines. As...

Boosting Transatlantic Technology Cooperation

Robert Atkinson | The Globalist | 11/29/2021

The EU and the U.S. need to address the real technology competitiveness...

Watching China in Europe – October 2021

Noah Barkin | The German Marshall Fund of the United States | 10/05/2021

Not the Main Course   For months, October 5...

The Security Implications of Chinese Infrastructure Investment in Europe

Dario Cristiani, Mareike Ohlberg, Jonas Parello-Plesner, Andrew Small | The German Marshall Fund | 09/28/2021

Europe’s Global Gateway Plans To Counter China, But Questions Remain

David Sacks | Council on Foreign Relations | 09/21/2021

During her September 15 State of th...


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