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Thought Leadership

Dan Erikson writes that this fall’s historically fierce hurricane season reminds us once again that the Caribbean remains extraordinarily vulnerable to natural disasters – especially in the lucrative tourist sectors – and needs to move beyond tourism.

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Jeff Gedmin writes that the failure of mainstream elites to make room for a decent sort of populism and liberal forms of nationalism will mean increasing amounts of the truly vicious and malign stuff.

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Sally Painter and Mathilde Defarges, with Jeremiah Baronberg, write that amidst current Transatlantic uncertainty and instability, French and American organizations can play a leadership role by navigating a new era of globalization through conscientious local engagement.

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Dan Erikson provides analysis on U.S. Vice President Mike Pence's recent trip to South and Central America.

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Sally Painter and the 2017 Baltic Forum are featured in the Latvian press.

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Jeff Gedmin writes that had it not been for Helmut Kohl at Germany’s helm, history might have turned out differently.

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Jeff Gedmin writes that the Atlantic community still faces a profound crisis of confidence and to survive it, Europe urgently needs strong and enlightened leadership from within.

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Karen Tramontano is interviewed by Swiss public affairs firm, furrerhugi, and its online newsletter, influence.

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Sally Painter and Jeremiah Baronberg write about the fundamental role that global institutions have played in fostering enduring peace, security, and prosperity across nations.

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Karen Tramontano writes that if President Trump truly wants to help American workers, he—together with Congress—should pursue a trade agenda that makes solving the problem of worker dislocation a priority.

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Jeff Gedmin writes about overlapping with Vladimir Putin in Dresden in the 1980s.

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