Transatlantic Policy Network
Informal, Inspirational, Indispensable
Launched in 1992 to promote the closest possible economic and political relations between the US and Europe, the Transatlantic Policy Network (TPN) has a proud record of achievement and crucially important ambitions for the future.
TPN’s immediate priority is to strongly encourage the US and the European Union to agree a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). TPN has argued the case for progress towards transatlantic free trade and a close political partnership for nearly 20 years.
Informally and with a low public profile, TPN promotes studies and debates, making possible alliances and personal contacts between business, academics and legislatures in the US and Europe.
Focused on the present but thinking about the future, TPN and its partners have created a Transatlantic Strategy Forum to help governments to identify strategic priorities for the longer term.
TPN’s meetings and publications have outlined possible economic and political scenarios for the world in 2025. These have helped to frame the debate on how governments should anticipate challenges, measure risks and adopt the necessary policies.