What has the transatlantic relationship done for you?

Friday, 16 May, 2014

In these tense times, it’s not surprising that the outgoing NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has been contemplating the meaning of the transatlantic relationship “and how we can preserve it and make it even stronger for future generations.” In response, the German Marshall Fund of the United States is holding a blogging competition to explore the current state of the relationship and its future.

The author of the winning post will receive a round-trip flight to the 2015 Brussels Forum. Submit your entry by sending it to [email protected]. Posts should be between 300 and 500 words and they’ll be judged on the criteria of relevance, breakthrough ideas and web traffic. Humour is not one of the requirements, but it’s the essence of virality, as Monty Python proved, and it does get the message across.

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