The Policy Prism Newsletter

Your Quarterly Transatlantic Legislative News

The Policy Prism is a quarterly newsletter providing the latest on transatlantic legislative news to policymakers on both sides of the Atlantic.

 | Your Quarterly Transatlantic Legislative News

The Policy Prism | November 2022 |

The Policy Prism | November 2022

In this edition of The Policy Prism, we’ll provide the latest update on the debate around the future of nuclear energy in Poland, a brief snapshot of midterm election results, and Europe’s criticism to the Biden Administration’s Inflation Reduction Act, before finishing with a quick fact on the “mink gate” controversy.

The Policy Prism | August 2022 |

The Policy Prism | August 2022

In this issue, Section I on the war in Ukraine and its impact on global food security is meant for all readers. Those in Europe may wish to continue to Section II, which provides the latest from Capitol Hill as U.S. voters gear up for autumn’s midterm elections. American readers may want to skip to Section III for some of the latest happenings in Brussels vis-à-vis EU enlargement. We hope readers everywhere will enjoy the fun fact in Section IV.

The Policy Prism | April 2022 |

The Policy Prism | April 2022

In this edition of The Policy Prism, we’ll provide an overview of the impact of Russian illicit financial networks in the West, a brief snapshot of what’s been happening on the Hill, Europe’s approach to energy security as well as a fun fact on the history of the internet in France.

The Policy Prism | November 2021 |

The Policy Prism | November 2021

In this edition of The Policy Prism, we’ll give you a quick run down of the Trade and Technology Council, a brief snapshot of what’s been happening on the Hill, Europe’s approach to preserving media freedom as well as the history of climate activism in the transatlantic relationship.

The Policy Prism | August 2021 |

The Policy Prism | August 2021

In this edition of The Policy Prism, we explain the diverging transatlantic approach to China. In D.C., we explore infrastructure and making the bipartisan bill a potential soon-to-be reality. In Strasbourg, the ways in which AI have been regulated are highlighted. And finally, is the French language making a comeback to EU institutions and is Biden truly the new FDR?