Transatlantic Relations and Global Governance – TAGG

Institution:

Freie Universität Berlin

Director:

Financial support:

Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Term:

Jan 01, 2004 — Dec 31, 2005

Partner:

Dr. Kari Möttöla, Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Project Directors)
Dr. Burkhard Auffermann, Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Project Directors)
Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Center for Transatlantic Relations/ School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC (USA)
Dr. Chantal de Jonge Quadraat, Center for Transatlantic Relations/ School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC (USA)
Dr. Brian Job, Center of International Relations, University of British Columbia, Vancouver (Canada)
Dr. Fraser Cameron, European Policy Centre, Brussels (Belgium)

Zeitraum:

2004-2005

Projektbeschreibung:

This project focussed on the impact of the partnership between the European Union and the United States of America and Canada on the change and effectiveness of global governance. The aim was to provide innovative ideas and policy proposals to enhance the transatlantic partnership in order to facilitate an in improved global governance concerning the various old threats and new security risks after the end of the East-West conflict.

Publikationen:

Ingo Peters/ Jan Bittner (2006): EU-US Risk Policy in the European Neighborhood: The cases of Moldova and Georgia, pp. 26 (forthcoming).