The Streit Council's journal, Freedom & Union, is published biannually on relevant transatlantic issues.
Publications by recent Streit Council staff members and contributions to Freedom & Union
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, 1998.
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.
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 William Clayton, Robert Strausz-Hupé, Norman Angell, Theodor Achilles, and Christian A. Herter.
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.
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.