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L’Europe en formation n° 394 - 2022/1


L'Administration Biden et les relations transatlantiques : enjeux et opportunités
The Biden Administration and Transatlantic Relations: Challenges and Opportunities


Anna Dimitrova – Introduction - Transatlantic Relations from Trump to Biden: Between Continuity and Change
Ville Sinkkonen, Niklas Helwig, Marco Siddi & Elina Sinkkonen -Exploring the Transatlantic Meaning of China and Russia: Divergence, Convergence and Future Prospects in the Biden Era
Kristian L. Nielsen -Courtesy of the Kremlin: The Reinvigorated Transatlantic Alliance
Sarah Sporys - From Nostalgia and Revisionism to Truthful Tales? Memory Politics from the Trump to the Biden Administrations and Their Repercussions for Transatlantic Relations
Thomas Hoerber - The Internationalisation of European Space Policy - from ESA to Starfleet Academy


Joe Biden’s election for President of the United States was welcomed with enthusiasm and hope in Europe where expectations about healing and rebuilding transatlantic relations after Trump’s four years of denigration of the transatlantic relationship have run high. While there has undoubtedly been change in the presidential personality, style, and rhetoric, as well as some concrete actions regarding the re-engagement of the US with multilateral institutions and its proactive commitment to the transatlantic security, including the moment of unity of transatlantic allies created by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, there has also been certain continuity with Trump’s “America First” foreign policy. This can mostly be seen in the field of trade, as well as the US foreign policy strategy in the Indo-Pacific region. In both cases, Biden has shown so far that he will pursue America’s own agenda and political interests, even if this implies sidelining European allies. Given that President Biden has been in office for almost two years by now, it seems to be the right time to take stock of transatlantic relations so as to get a better understanding of what has changed and how the transatlantic relationship has evolved under the Biden administration.

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