“Prospects for the Transatlantic Relationship in the Twenty-first Century”

By Leocadia Díaz Romero.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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The end of the Cold War, the advent of Globalization and the War on Terror have marked a new international scenario where the Transatlantic Partnership needs to be re-interpreted. This paper casts light on the Transatlantic Dialog and explores the ways in which Europe and the United States have adapted to the new world order, articulating the necessary tools and strategies in order to respond effectively to global goals and challenges. The contribution analyzes the evolution of the U.S.-Europe strategic partnership since its formal establishment, paying special attention to current times. Certainly, it casts light on the origins and grounds of the relationship, examines key documents, and outlines tools and mechanisms developed. Finally, from a critical perspective, reflection is brought on the necessity of the essential partnership between Europe and the U.S., identifying the elements or factors indispensable for a strong partnership in order to deal with the complex international society of this 21st century and build up a better world.

Keywords: America, Europe, New World Order, Global Challenges, Transatlantic Agenda, Transatlantic Dialogues, Foreign Affairs, Security, European Defense, NATO, Strategic Partnership, Shared Destiny

International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 6, Issue 9, pp.141-158. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 856.020KB).

Dr. Leocadia Díaz Romero

Visiting Professor, Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies, Universidad de Murcia, New York, New York, USA

Leocadia Díaz Romero was born in Spain. After her degree in Law, she studied Politics and International Relations with Diplomat Juan José Rubio de Urquía, completed a Master on Legal Issues and practiced Law, as substituting judge, for two years. In the year 2000, she started her academic career. Since then, she has written and defended her European PhD, has been professor of a wide range of courses, both undergraduate and graduate within the Law, Political Science and Media Schools, done teaching and research through Europe and the USA, participated in conferences and projects, and joined networks. Leocadia obtained in January 2011 her Accreditation as tenure professor, the category right after Chair Professor. She is most honored and pleased to be visiting scholar in Columbia University and NYU.


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