Dossier. Businesses and managerial models
Focus. Political economy
The Debate. State vs. Market
Strategy and entrepreneurship
Innovation & Operations Management
Pressures and Tensions in Transatlantic Relations
Between 2004 and 2012, the United States and the European Union were each other's most important trading and investment partners; with annual trade of over 4 billion dollars, they generated 50% of the world's GDP and a third of global trade flows. Moreover, with the return to the White House of an Atlanticist president like Joe Biden, Washington has come back to the center of the climate agenda, re-entering the Paris Agreement. But the challenge for green energy, at a geoeconomic level, is complex and insidious, as China dominates the global supply chain for solar energy, producing most of the materials and components on which the US also relies.