The article focuses on issues regarding transatlantic partnership with urgency of climate change, sharing the impact of a growing migrant crisis, regulating the cyber anarchy, digging out of massive imbalances, and more. It mentions U.S. President Donald Trump's approach about the world is four-dimensional and improbable promise of a bilateral trade agreement with Great Britain. It also mentions Trump's consensus to re-embrace the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, with the expectation of a broader round of multilateral negotiations with Iran; a return to the Paris Treaty on Climate Change, with shared goals of further progress in many of its specific dimensions; and to negotiate a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Pact for completion.
Original Publication Citation
Serfaty, S. (2020). A partnership at risk. National Interest(166), 21-33. Retrieved from https://nationalinterest.org/feature/partnership-risk-123291.
Serfaty, Simon, "A Partnership At Risk" (2020). Political Science & Geography Faculty Publications. 26.