A Guide to Europe's Multilalteral Ties
Which European countries are a member of NATO, the eurozone, or the Council of Europe? Disentangling the networks of political, military, and economic cooperation in Europe can be daunting, even for avid transatlanticists.
The following chart illustrates the memberships of European countries in selected multilateral groups concerning security, political, economic, and trade issues. Certain states that are not part of the European continent are also included in the chart. These states are denoted by their surrounding squares. The selected groups are illustrated as circles, enclosing their member states. Membership of the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe, the EU Eastern Partnership as well as the Regional Cooperation Council is illustrated by the name being underlined, bolded, or in cursive, respectively. Asterisks denote an observer state position within the Council of Europe.
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Global Europe Program
The Global Europe Program addresses vital issues affecting the European continent, U.S.-European relations, and Europe’s ties with the rest of the world. It does this through scholars-in-residence, seminars, policy study groups, media commentary, international conferences and publications. Activities cover a wide range of topics, from the role of NATO, the European Union and the OSCE to European energy security, trade disputes, challenges to democracy, and counter-terrorism. The program investigates European approaches to policy issues of importance to the United States, including globalization, digital transformation, climate, migration, global governance, and relations with Russia and Eurasia, China and the Indo-Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. Read more