Programs

In working toward better-organized and deeper cooperation between the U.S. and Europe, along with other liberal democracies, the Streit Council focuses on several major policy areas.

Policy Studies

This section describes the Streit Council’s main areas of study, divided into five programs: Transatlantic Community, Transatlantic Economy, Transatlantic Energy and Environment, Transatlantic Security, and Global Governance. Through expert analysis, perspectives, and the latest news, we explore the transatlantic relationship, its significance, and its potential in a rapidly changing global context.

Frank Scholarship Program

Through the generosity of the Frank Educational Fund, the Streit Council is able to fund the Mayme and Herb Frank Scholarship Program, which gives American and foreign students the opportunity to conduct research on topics related to federalism and international integration. Recipients of this prestigious scholarship have conducted research in a variety of areas and have gone on to various positions with the U.S. government, the European Union, and nongovernmental organizations.

Policy Initiatives

The Streit Council advocates for strengthening the Atlantic Institutions through democracy-building, encouraging peace and security, and promoting economic prosperity. We are also support the idea of a Community of Democracies committed to strengthening democratic values and practices worldwide.


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