More on the "Society for Endangered Peoples"
(I've written, btw, on "Volksgruppenrecht" in my Policy Review essay "Anti-Semitism and Ethnicity in Europe". See the section titled "A 'Law of Ethnic Groups'".)
The focus of the Transatlantic Intelligencer is European politics and the, increasingly "conflicted", relationship of Europe - or, more precisely, the leading continental European powers, France and Germany - with the United States. A principal purpose of Trans-Int will be to "overcome the language gap" - or at least some of the language gaps - preventing Americans and other English-speakers from forming an accurate assessment of European political realities. Since, however, there are also multiple "language gaps" within Europe, I hope too that Trans-Int will be of interest to European readers.