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Dr. Cristina Crespo Palomares is Project Manager at the Research Institute for North American Studies “Benjamin Franklin” of the Universidad de Alcalá; Professor of Translation Studies in the Spanish Studies Program, Instituto Franklin-UAH; Assistant editor of the journal Camino Real and editorial coordinator of Tribuna Norteamericana. She coordinates research groups and works in the organization of international conferences. MsC in European Studies (Heriot Watt University, UK) and PhD in American Studies (UAH). She focuses her research in US-Spain relations during the President Aznar terms. Her PhD dissertation was entitled “The Transatlantic Strategy in the Spanish Foreign Policy (1996-2004)”.

Dr. David J. García-Cantalapiedra is Associate Professor of International Studies at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Senior Lecturer at the Spanish School of Foreign Service; Visiting Professor at St. Louis University. Co-director, UCM Summer School. ”Asia in the 21st Century” since 2005. He was awarded with the Spanish National Defense Award 2001. He has been Senior Analyst, U.S. Foreign Policy and Transatlantic Relations. Real Instituto Elcano, 2007-2009; NATO advisor in Afghanistan, 2009 and Member, NATO Working Group on NATO Deterrence Policy 2008-11. He is currently Director of the research program “US Foreign Policy in a Complex Polarity International System”. Instituto Franklin-UAH. His last publications are “Willing and Able? Spanish Statecraft as Brokerage” (with Damon Coletta), en Matlary, J.H. and Petersson, M. (eds) Willing and Able? NATO’s European Allies. Palgrave, 2013; Las Relaciones Transatlánticas tras la Guerra Fría 1991-2011. Ed. Plaza y Valdés. Madrid y México D.F. 2013. (With Rubén Herrero de Castro).

 

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This book compiles a selection of articles from the 6th Transatlantic Studies Conference entitled “North and South: The United States, the European Union and the Developing World” held at Instituto Franklin-UAH (October 20th to 22th, 2011).

Scholars from different universities around the world had the opportunity to gather and share experiences and knowledge on different themes of Transatlantic Studies. Articles were selected by the Transatlantic Studies Conference proceedings and adapted to a book format. Some of the conference conclusions are now compiled in this publication. The quality of the articles is assured by editorial review.

The book is divided into five aspects of the today Transatlantic Studies: from a general perspective the section “Transatlantic Relations” and in a specific point, “US policy & foreign policy”, “Economic approaches”, “Security and Terrorism” and “Public diplomacy and culture”.

 

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