The US and Germany must work together in the face of China’s global plan to dominate tech and manufacturing. But is it too late? Through its “Made in China 2025” industry strategy, China is making great strides to become the global leader in high-tech industries and manufacturing. The initiative was launched in 2015 as […]
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Für deutschen Text bitte nach unten scrollen General The Atlantic Community is a project of the non-profit organization Atlantische Initiative e.V. based in Berlin, Germany. The project is designed to serve as an open think tank for a global policy community. All parties with an interest in foreign affairs and an appreciation for transatlantic cooperation […]
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Atlantic-community.org is the first online think tank for transatlantic debate on key issues of international politics and globalization. Our small and dedicated editorial team helps a new generation of thinkers and young leaders become involved in the transatlantic dialogue. We review the many articles submitted by our members and publish the most outstanding pieces in […]
At the Atlantic Community we encourage and cherish the ideas and advice from young generations on the future of transatlantic relations. In an increasingly complicated and interconnected world, there is always a need for a proactive engagement of young generations and inter-generational dialogue. Join our debate and blog to take an active part in shaping our […]
Atlantic-community.org is the first online foreign policy think tank, and is primarily focused on issues affecting transatlantic relations. Launched in 2007 as a project of Atlantische Initiative e.V., based in Berlin and led by Dr. Johannes Bohnen and Jan-Friedrich Kallmorgen, our mission is to encourage open and democratic dialogue on the challenges facing Europe and North America. We believe that these challenges – from economic crises to counteracting terrorism – can only be solved through close cooperation.
Atlantic-community.org is member-driven; our community of over 9,000 members encourages everyone, regardless of geographic location, to have a say on issues impacting the transatlantic community. We especially want to provide a voice for a new generation of thinkers and young leaders, giving them the opportunity to publish and debate side by side with established experts, and to have their policy ideas seen by senior officials. This gives our members real political influence, while decision-makers benefit from the next generation’s fresh ideas.
Our main section is the Open Think Tank, where op-eds written by members and edited by our staff are published on a daily basis. Readers comment on the ideas and suggestions presented in the articles, and the editorial staff then condenses the debates into Atlantic Memos – executive summaries that harness the collective intelligence of the community, and present the best solutions and policy recommendations. These memos are sent to policy makers in over 28 countries in Europe and North America for their consideration.
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As an open think tank, we provide a platform for anyone with good ideas on how to improve transatlantic policy. We encourage students and professionals to develop and share their analyses, commentary, and policy advice on contemporary issues of the economy, international security, and globalization. This text will explain how to: plan your arguments and […]