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The trilateral bond : mapping a new era for Latin America, the United States, and Europe.

Author: Gabriel Sánchez Zinny; H E José Aznar; Christopher J Dodd; Frances G Burwell; Atlantic Council of the United States.
Publisher: Washington, DC : Atlantic Council, 2013. ©2013
Edition/Format:   eBook : English
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This report should be food for thought for policymakers in the United States, Europe, and Latin America seeking a new vision for a transatlantic partnership. Without a doubt, these three geographic regions share common interests, concerns, and aspirations. Given increased instability in other regions around the globe, the Task Force concluded that the time has come to build upon these similarities in order to forge  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gabriel Sánchez Zinny; H E José Aznar; Christopher J Dodd; Frances G Burwell; Atlantic Council of the United States.
ISBN: 9781619770348 1619770342
OCLC Number: 867646182
Notes: "Report of the Transatlantic Task Force on Latin America."
"May 2013."
Description: 1 online resource (34 pages) : color illustrations, map
Contents: Executive summary. --
A new transatlantic partnership. --
A trilateral partnership rooted in values. --
Building a stronger trilateral transatlantic marketplace. --
Creating human capital. --
Managing energy riches and natural resources. --
Tackling transnational crime and boosting public security. --
Strengthening the trilateral institutional framework.
Other Titles: Mapping a new era for Latin America, the United States, and Europe

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This report should be food for thought for policymakers in the United States, Europe, and Latin America seeking a new vision for a transatlantic partnership. Without a doubt, these three geographic regions share common interests, concerns, and aspirations. Given increased instability in other regions around the globe, the Task Force concluded that the time has come to build upon these similarities in order to forge a vibrant trilateral partnership that embraces Latin America as an equal partner. It is only through such an enhanced trilateral relationship that the inherent potential of the greater transatlantic community can be realized and global instability elsewhere mitigated. The report that follows provides a blueprint for policymakers to follow in tackling this promising, albeit complex, endeavor. Task Force members rightfully focused on the key pillars of a trilateral partnership that will be enduring and yet nimble enough to respond to changing global dynamics. These pillars include the development of a competitive trilateral transatlantic marketplace with minimal market distortions, human capital developed to its full potential, collaboration in the development and use of natural resources, enhanced cooperation and intelligence-sharing related to transnational crime and citizen security, and the development of the institutional infrastructure necessary to sustain the continuity of the trilateral partnership.

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