Authors Dana Allin and Gilles Andreani discuss Repairing the Damage: Possibilities and limits of transatlantic consensus, written for the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS).The damage that has been done to the transatlantic alliance will not be repaired through grand architectural redesigns or radical new agendas. Instead, the transatlantic partners need to restore their consensus and cooperation on key security challenges with a limited agenda that reflects the essential conservatism of the transatlantic partnership during the Cold War and the 1990s. This paper suggests ten propositions for future transatlantic consensus - that is to say, ten security challenges for which the allies should be able to agree on common approaches.These run the gamut from an effective strategy to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear-weapons capability to transatlantic leadership for international cooperation against global warming. If pursued with seriousness and a reasonable degree of transatlantic unity, these propositions could constitute the foundations of an effective partnership - IISSmoreless
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