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America’s New Partnership with Central Europe

In his remarks in Bucharest, the U.S. Vice President Biden celebrated the democratic and economic development of Central and Eastern Europe since the fall of communism twenty years ago. read more

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President George H.W. Bush on the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Atlantic Council - I am delighted to join the Atlantic Council in commemorating the 60th Anniversary of NATO and the 20th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin

Trans-Atlanticism Renewed: The Path to Force Effectiveness

Although NATO today faces threats from more unconventional enemies, its need to forge a strong trans-Atlantic Alliance remains as essential to its success as ever, says Thomas

Margaret Thatcher: Reflections on Winning the Cold War

As the world celebrates 20 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall it is right that we should reflect on the impact of those momentous months.

1989 Started New Era of Globalization and Geopolitics

The fall of the Berlin Wall in the autumn of 1989 was an exceptional event in German and world history. As a German-speaking Swiss national living in

Zbigniew Brzezinski on the End of the Cold War

Atlantic Council president and CEO Frederick Kempe interviewed Zbigniew Brzezinski, former National Security Advisor to President Jimmy Carter and a member of the Atlantic Council International Advisory

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