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Robert Born


Robert Born has a Master in Globalization, War and Conflict from Denmark and the UK. Winner for best regional environment article in 2013, he has worked as a reporter in Brazil and as a freelance for companies in London, Paris, New York and other cities.



Jacob Schrot

Political Scientist

Jacob Schrot is a second year graduate student of Transatlantic Relations at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA), Humbolt-Universität zu Berlin, and Freie Universität Berlin. He is founder of the Initiative junge Transatlantiker / Young Transatlantic Initiative, a non-profit organization committed to strengthening the cooperation between the younger generations of Germany and the United States of America. Since May 2014, he serves as President of the Federation of German-American Clubs (FGAC). His contributions to The European express his personal views.



TTIP and Geopolitics

Introducing the Next Transatlantic Chapter

TTIP is more than a trade deal. It’s an opportunity to cement the Euro-Atlantic geopolitical alliance and restore faith in the Western model of market economies.

by Jacob Schrot 24.06.2015



Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

TTIP-toeing towards low life quality

This July the Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership (TTIP) completes three years of existence and its biggest wish is to become a reality. Angela Merkel is strongly in favor of the treaty and Barack Obama putting it as a priority. But the only thing Europeans should celebrate about the three-year birthday is the TTIP still did not reach an agreement from all partners involved.

by Robert Born 29.07.2016



What the TTIP Debate Reveals About the EU

Raising the Rhetoric

The debate in Europe surrounding TTIP relies on faulty critique on one side, and unsubstantiated promises on the other. Citizens on both sides of the Atlantic deserve better.

by Jocelyn Lequesne 26.06.2015

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