Freedom & Union

The Streit Council's journal, Freedom & Union, is published biannually on relevant transatlantic issues.

Research Papers, Articles, Commentaries

Publications by recent Streit Council staff members and contributions to Freedom & Union

Books by Streit Council Board Members

Richard T. Arndt, First Resort of Kings: American Cultural Diplomacy in the Twentieth Century, 2005.

Donald Philips Dennis, Foreign Policy in a Democracy: The Role of the Foreign Policy Association, 2003.

James G. McGann, Erik C. Johnson, Comparative Think Tanks, Politics and Public Policy, 2006.

Richard Rosecrance, The Rise of the Virtual State: Wealth and Power in the Coming Century, Basic Books, 1999.

Tiziana Stella, Origins of Atlanticism: The Atlantic Idea and its Implications for Russia-NATO Relations, 2004.

Publications by Streit Council Advisory Board Members

Federiga Bindi, The Foreign Policy of the European Union: Assessing Europe’s Role in the World, Brookings Institution, 2010.

Ettore Greco, Italy's European Vocation: The Foreign Policy of the New Prodi Government, 2006.

James Robert Huntley, An Architect of Democracy: Building a Mosaic of Peace, 2006.

James Robert Huntley, Pax Democratica: A Strategy for the 21st Century, 2001.

John Richardson, A New Vision for America: Toward Human Solidarity Through Global Democracy, 2006.

Stanley R. Sloan, NATO, The European Union, and the Atlantic Community: The Transatlantic Bargain Challenged, 2005.

Publications by Clarence Streit

Clarence Kirschmann Streit was the founder of the Atlantic Union Committee and the Association to Unite Democracies, to which the Streit Council is a successor. He wrote multiple pieces arguing for uniting democracies and the principals of federalism.

Publications by Early Leaders

Publications by William Clayton, Robert Strausz-Hupé, Norman Angell, Theodor Achilles, and Christian A. Herter.

A Foreign Policy for the United States

In this publication, Ira Straus and Thomas P. Ehrenzeller assert that democratic federalism could and should provide the basis for a new consensus in U.S. foreign policy.

For a Union of the West

Former French Prime Minister Edouard Balladur argues for the founding of a transatlantic union in his 2009 book For a Union of the West between Europe and the United States.