GHIDIU Iulia-Anamaria
Transatlantic Integration after the Cold War. Romania ‐ a Strategic Pillar within the Euro‐Atlantic Community

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Therefore, the topic of the evolution of the transatlantic relation after the Cold War is, in fact, a very complex puzzle combining many common interests, common challenges, pros and cons, individual perceptions and also shared Western democratic values, a topic of contemporary debate that challenges even by the multiple perspectives it can be approached from.

The main interrogations guiding the research focus on the following aspects:

1. What are the main pillars/policies supporting/distorting a positive trend of the transatlantic relation regarding politics, ideology, trade, energy, environment, culture?

2. To what extent can Romania influence the evolution of the EU-US relation in the future, as both a pro-European and pro-American country?

3. What are the best-case, the most probable case and the worst-case scenarios regarding future cooperation between the EU and the US?

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