For Europe, Joe Biden’s presidency brings high hopes for reinvigorating the transatlantic partnership.
- George Pagoulatos and Katerina Sokou
- Atlantic Council
For the United States, succeeding in this task is a prerequisite for achieving an ambitious broader agenda.
The Biden administration, for example, will need to engage its allies to better compete with a rising China—a national-security goal that enjoys rare bipartisan consensus on Capitol Hill.
It will also aim to revitalize transatlantic cooperation to counter Russia’s destabilizing efforts in Europe and…