Remember the saying it takes two to tango? In the case of the European Central Bank, that phrase could prove rather fitting for its President Mario Draghi, who will need the tacit support of German Chancellor Angela Merkel if he wants to introduce new unconventional policies, especially during an election year. What Draghi got on …Read More

This recent essay from Harry & Helen Gray Senior Fellow Dr. Lily Gardner Feldman explores the ever-evolving German-American relationship in the context of the U.S.’ proposed “pivot” toward Asia under the current Obama administration. While many believe that Japan will become America’s key ally as it attempts to hedge against a rising China, Dr. Feldman …Read More

In this recently published report from the Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung, Dr. Patrick Keller, Coordinator for Foreign and Security Policy at the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and AICGS participant, explores the debates surrounding the policy of NATO enlargement between the current members. As this issue continues to grow within NATO’s ranks, how far will current members allow enlargement …Read More