Daniel S. Hamilton is a Senior non-resident Fellow at the Brookings Institution and a senior fellow at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies. Together with Joseph Quinlan he is the author of The Transatlantic Economy Report. 

 The recent invasion of Ukraine has uncovered the impressive strength and resiliency of the transatlantic economy. "US-European energy links are just one strand of a remarkably robust and vibrant transatlantic economy" writes Daniel Hamilton for Euractiv "the two sides of the North Atlantic remain each other’s most important commercial partners and geo-economic base."

Unprecedented foreign direct investment (FDI) flows, common vaccine roll-out strategies, reshapped global tax rules, halted tariff disputes, revamped joint efforts against climate change and a newly founded Trade and Technology Council are among some of the examples of the newfound sense of transatlantic unity. 


To understand more about the transatlantic economy, read Daniel Hamilton's Euractiv article