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Erik Brattberg

Visiting Fellow at Johns Hopkins University

July 10th, 2012, Afghanistan, Danish, Defense and Security, English, Europe, French, German, International Relations, Iraq, Israel, North America, North America, Northern Ireland, Norwegian, Politics and Governance, Spanish, Swedish, Terrorism, USA, War and Conflict


Erik Brattberg is a Visiting Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University in Washington D.C. He is also a Research Associate at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Stockholm.His research interests include European foreign and security policy, global security governance and transatlantic [...]

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Nicholas Dungan

Atlantic Council Senior Fellow, IRIS Senior Advisor

May 25th, 2012, Author/Novelist, Business and Globalization, Civil Society, Defense and Security, Development, English, Europe, Europe, France, French, International Relations, New York, Non-Governmental, North America, North America, Politics and Governance, UK, USA


  Nicholas Dungan is a Senior Fellow in the Transatlantic Relations Program of the Atlantic Council in Washington DC, a Senior Advisor to the Institut de Relations Internationales et Stratégiques (IRIS) in Paris, a writer, author, speaker and commentator on international relations, politics and business.  Nicholas Dungan was president of the New York-based French-American Foundation [...]

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The Key is Youth Participation

March 26th, 2012, Comment & Analysis

When the Secretary General of the United Nations recently said that failing to invest in the one billion young people of the world “is a false economy,” he certainly had more in mind than just a useful business idea.

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Cutting the Fog: Multiculturalism, Religion and the Common Good

June 27th, 2011, Comment & Analysis

The death of “multiculturalism” has been proclaimed repeatedly recently, the idea pronounced with a big “M” as if we were talking of something tangible around which there is consensus. British Prime Minister David Cameron was the latest of many politicians to assert this in February. But his much-reported discourse in Germany offered nothing new about multiculturalism, European Islam, radicalization, or about British and European governments’ understandings of these issues. And his message does not seem to have diverged much from how Britain’s previous Labour government addressed the issue or what is being said in France and in Germany.

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MEDIA ALERT: Sectarian violence in Northern Ireland

June 23rd, 2011, Media Alerts

IRELAND – Reports of disorder in east Belfast as Protestant and Catholic rioters clash with police.

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Europe’s rising Islamophobia

June 13th, 2011, Comment & Analysis

Religious intolerance is a daily reality in Europe. Mainly targeted at Muslims, attacks on religious pluralism focus on refusing to share public space with non-majority religions or only tolerating practices seen as “secular.” The key voices of intolerance are neither marginal nor can they be dismissed as old-style far-right activists. They are today often heads of government, important ministers, or powerful politicians.

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