Bertelsmann Project on Transatlantic Relations
Staff: Charles A. Kupchan
November 1, 1993 - October 1, 1996
In its fourth and final year, the Bertelsmann project focused on civic society in the Atlantic Community. Among the questions addressed were: Do Americans and Europeans share similar notions of civic engagement? Does civic activity take different forms on each side of the Atlantic? Does civic engagement exist at the transnational level--either within Europe or across the Atlantic? Prominent Americans and Europeans were commissioned to address these questions. The final product, and edited volume, will be published in 1997.
The End of Transatlantic Certainties
October 10, 1996
This meeting is not for attribution.
CFR Experts Guide
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