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The Review of European and Transatlantic Affairs (RETA) is European Horizons’ academic journal, published annually with contributions from undergraduate and graduate students, scholars, policymakers, and politicians from around the world. The aim of RETA is to foster innovative ideas and debate about a variety of issues pertaining to European and transatlantic affairs, and what potential solutions exist to resolve them.

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Previous Editions


Recently European Horizons launched its first book project, in partnership with ASKO Europa Stiftung, seeking to solve the question: “How can digital technologies build a more integrated Europe?”. With new technologies radically altering the way economics, culture, and politics are conducted, understanding how these transformations can be used to benefit European integration is vital.


European Horizons received submissions from students across the world, touching on a number of topics related to this theme, and is currently reviewing them.


Policy Documents

September 8th, 2020 - 

Joint Contribution to the European Commission's public consultations on the New Competition Tool and the Digital Services Act (DSA) and the ex-ante regulatory instrument.

In partnership with: Instrat Foundation

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December 30th, 2020 - 

Contribution to the European Commission's public consultation on Legal Migration.

European Horizons regularly has Call for Papers for our Review of European and Transatlantic Affairs. If you are interested be sure to check back regularly on our website and follow us on social media!

If you have any questions regarding European Horizons’ publications or are interested in contributing, please do not hesitate to reach out to any member of our journal team:

Director of Publications, Sabrina Sussman

Deputy Director of Publications, Nina Tophoff 

IDEAS Blog Manager, Patrick King

Submissions and General Inquiries,

Yale University P.O. Box 203886 New Haven, CT