TTIP in Retreat? Evaluating the Strategic Significance of Transatlantic Free Trade

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TTIP in Retreat? Evaluating the Strategic Significance of Transatlantic Free Trade

Evaluating the Strategic Significance of Transatlantic Free Trade

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Are the United States and the European Union able to set up a transatlantic free trade area? This is not the first time this question has surfaced. Over the last quarter century several transatlantic trade arrangements have ended in failure. Of late, the EU and the US have fundamentally differed when it comes to negotiating the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). These negotiations, which began in mid-June 2013, were frozen on 17 January 2017.
The idea behind the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is clear: to agree on the principles of cooperation between the European Union and the United States—cooperation, which is of strategic value. If the agreement is reached and implemented, it could push both parties towards stronger political consolidation and solidify the West-led international order in the world. In contrast, should these negotiations not resume, the Transatlantic Alliance may lose the capacity to cope with the challenges created by the current world system tarnished by the rivalry of various new economic and political powers and their interests. That is why this interdisciplinary report, prepared by scholars and experts on the European Union and the United States, looks at the strategic facets of TTIP, and evaluates its objectives and potential impact to formulate a set of recommendations for the talks to be opened up again.
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(…) This report makes a worthwhile scientific interdisciplinary contribution to our understanding of the ideas and concepts that stood behind TTIP, as well as to the public narrative in the US and EU and its implications for the TTIP negotiations. It presents an interesting investigation on the stalemate in TTIP negotiations: its reasons, its effects and importance for the EU-US trade patterns in the foreseeable future. The book also offers alternative explanations of these phenomena. It formulates a variety of interpretations of the TTIP stalemate, as well as forecasts concerning the development of US-EU institutional forms of trade relationship in both a descriptive (i.e. prognostic) and prescriptive (i.e. normative) manner.
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Professor Artur Nowak-Far, the Warsaw School of Economics, Poland


The Authors:
Elżbieta Czarny, Maria Dunin-Wąsowicz, Leif Johan Eliasson, Galina Kolev, Rem Korteweg, Jan Jakub Michałek, Katarzyna Żukrowska.


Liczba stron108
WydawcaWydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar
ISBN-13978-83-7383-900-7
Numer wydania1
Język publikacjiangielski
Informacja o sprzedawcyePWN sp. z o.o.

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  Contents
  
  List of figures and tables     7
  
  Abbreviations     8
  
  Authors     11
  
  Preface     14
  
  Introduction: Addressing the strategic meaning of TTIP     18
  Maria Dunin-Wąsowicz
  
  Chapter 1. Trapped alliance. From ‘enduring crisis’
  to revival by trade (?)     25
  Maria Dunin-Wąsowicz
  
  Chapter 2. In search of a new model of transatlantic relations:
  The status of TTIP     45
  Leif Johan Eliasson
  
  Chapter 3. Economic rivalry v. complementarity between European
  states and the US. Beyond the reports about the consequences
  of the TTIP     54
  Jan Jakub Michałek
  
  Chapter 4. The notion of security of the Transatlantic Community
  under the framework of TTIP (or of a TTIP-like RTA between
  the EU and US)     64
  Elżbieta Czarny
  
  Chapter 5. Why might TTIP be good (or bad) for Germany?     70
  Galina Kolev
  Chapter 6. Anglo-American relations and TTIP     76
  Rem Korteweg
  
  Chapter 7. Innovativeness as the new transatlantic drive concept     81
  Katarzyna Żukrowska
  
  Conclusions and recommendations     93
  
  Bibliography     99
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