The Transatlantic Post-Doc Fellowship for International Relations and Security (TAPIR) is open to candidates who have recently received their doctorate in social and political sciences or economics and whose research focuses on topics of international relations and/or Internationale peace and security issues.
Managing Director Ambassador András Simonyi argues that a combination of hard and soft power is the best way forward for the incoming administration in The Hill.
In this new study, authors argue that resilience must not only be shared, it must be projected forward, and that traditional notions of territorial security must be supplemented with actions to address flow security – protecting critical links that bind societies to one another.
How effective can it be? CTR Director Dan Hamilton comments in the Diplomatist.
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CTR-Bosch Journalism Fellow David Haynes reports in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
Nordic Ways is a new book of 45 insightful essays that shed light on a wide range of topics that embody the Nordic way of life.
A new book from the Center for Transatlantic Relations and the German Council on Foreign Relations explores the dramatic changes underway in Europe’s east and offers recommendations for Western policy.