Some of America's strongest allies are its European partners and Japan. In an age of growing strategic competition, how are these allies cooperating with one another? And how might these partnerships affect the United States?
Dec 21, 2020
From the Cold War days of the Berlin Airlift to the fall of the Wall in 1989, Germany—formerly West and East, and subsequently reunified—has long been an important actor on the world stage. A founding member of the European Union and a key ally of the United States, Germany has been the subject of RAND research on topics including aviation, health care system comparisons, and agriculture policy.