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As an open think tank we provide a platform for anyone with good ideas on how to improve transatlantic policy. We encourage students and professionals to develop and share their analyses, commentary, and policy advice on contemporary issues of the economy, international security, and globalization. This section is particularly dedicated to Bachelor, Master and PhD theses and research papers dealing with transatlantic issues and topics.
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Timeline: We will confirm within 5-7 days that we have received your submission. The editorial team will then review your piece and contact you as soon as possible regarding the status of your submission. Please note that we give preference to articles on time-sensitive topics and to users who frequently comment on other articles.
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