Skip to content



Thinking Big: Transatlantic Trade and Technology after Ukraine

Ahead of the second meeting of the Trade and Technology Council in Paris, Rhodium’s Noah Barkin and Agatha Kratz argue in a new piece for the German Marshall Fund that the US and EU must use the transatlantic momentum generated by Russia’s war in Ukraine to make big leaps forward in supply chain security, export controls and standards.

In a world where economies of scale are shrinking as decades of unfettered trade and investment come to an end and geopolitical tensions rise, creating the geographic scope and scale to do business will be vital. Here, the United States and Europe must up their game.

Read the Full Article

Practice Area