The Journal of Transatlantic Studies, is multi and inter-disciplinary, embracing:
- History, International Relations and Security Studies
- Literature and Culture
- Comparative politics and constitutionalism
- Economic and business history, planning and the environment
- Area studies, transmission of ideas and migration
The articles in this virtual special issue have been specially chosen to illustrate the in-depth and contemporary coverage that the Journal has of security and economic issues.
- Martin A. Smith
- Ryan C. Hendrickson
- Laurie Buonanno
Size and reputation – why the USA has valued its ‘special relationships’ with Denmark and the UK differently since 9/11
- Peter Viggo Jakobsen & Jens Ringsmose
‘Opération Harmattan’ in Libya: a paradigm shift in French, European and transatlantic security arrangements?
- Jolyon Howorth
From exception to facilitator: what place for France in the EU/NATO partnership in the post-Cold War global world?
- Jean-Paul Perruche
- Carl Cavanagh Hodge
- Sybille Röhrkasten & Kirsten Westphal
- Michael Rühle