Longstanding Partners in Changing Times: Report of the Task Force on the Future of German-American Relations
As much as ever, strong transatlantic relations matter. Cooperation between Europe and the United States is vital not only to manage day-to-day business and economic and security crises, but also to build a new global order to augment the increasingly fragile and ineffective structures built after World War II. Central to that strong transatlantic bond is the relationship between Germany and the United States. These two countries have been steadfast allies for 60 years, but their bilateral ties would benefit from a reassessment of what binds them and why continued strong cooperation benefits both sides.
GMF assembled an interdisciplinary group of experts and stakeholders for a weekend in Germany to reassess the fundamentals of the German-American relationship and make recommendations to renew and strengthen bilateral ties. This report reflects their findings. For a full listing of members please view the report.