GMF produces publications on a host of transatlantic topics, ranging in length from a few pages to book-length pieces, in order to expand the information available to policymakers, thought leaders, media, and the business community.
PublicationsMoreTransit-Oriented Development in the United States: What Can the Dutch Learn?
This policy paper discusses several key factors for the successful implementation of transit-oriented development.
This policy brief looks at the global context for transatlantic security talks.
This policy brief explains that the United States and Europe must balance domestic and foreign concerns in order to cooperate on global security concerns.
This policy brief asks if existing international security structures are appropriate to answer current challenges.
This policy brief examines what is at stake for the EU’s democratic legitimacy in an attempt to resolve the economics of the eurozone crisis.
This policy brief discusses the airport security aspect of border protection.
This policy brief offers possible explanations for the current peace talks between the Turkish government and PKK.
This paper seeks to make sense of how a sluggish economy, rising budget deficits, and other factors press against strong U.S. action on climate change at home or abroad.
This policy brief explains how Turkey's international credibility has suffered from the situations in Syria and Iran.