Dr. Ryan Monroe is Chief Academic Officer at Carlos Rosario School in Washington, DC.  He was a participant in AICGS’ site visits in Charlotte, NC, as part of the Institute’s work on integrating young minorities in the work force. In case you were wondering what I was doing last week… The American Institute for Contemporary German …Read More

Political tensions between Germany and the U.S. promptly resurfaced not long after the new administration took possession of the White House. Many will argue at length about who is right about what. Yet now that Chancellor Merkel has returned to Berlin from her inaugural meeting with the U.S. president, a few lessons about what the …Read More

Amid the many controversies roiling Washington these days, there is a troubling trend that is greater than the sum of the parts: America’s singular leadership role, held with minimal challenge since the end of World War II, is rapidly fading. A man who campaigned on the promise of making America great again now risks doing …Read More

A Collection from This Week’s News on Important Issues for German-American Relations Business and Economics Germany to press G20 to sign off on free trade amid worries about US stance: Sources (CNBC) Audi searched by German police in Dieselgate swoop (Reuters) Germany Eyes 1.9 Percent Increase in Spending Next Year (US News) Trump adviser Navarro: …Read More

In this article in the New York Times, Dr. Jackson Janes weighs in on expectations for Merkel’s March 14 visit with Trump, noting that a number of corporate CEOs will be part of her delegation.  Dr. Janes tells the Times, “The thing she’ll come back with is, ‘Do you know that there are thousands of …Read More

A Collection from This Week’s News on Important Issues for German-American Relations Business and Economics A German approach to trade and skills has much to teach Trump (FT) Germany’s ‘powerhouse’ economy is cracking and investors need to be wary, economist warns (CNBC) As E.C.B. Charts Economic Course, Politics Complicate the Picture (NYT) Economic growth expectations …Read More

New European Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman David McAllister is expected to play a prominent role in shaping the European Union’s relations with the new U.S. Administration and with a post-Brexit UK.  McAllister, a German Christian Democrat, took over the committee on 24 January 2017, replacing fellow German Christian Democrat Elmar Brok, who chaired the …Read More

A Collection from This Week’s News on Important Issues for German-American Relations Business and Economics Time to Buy Germany ETFs As Growth Hits Five-Year High? (NASDAQ) ECB Still Lead Actor in Bund Performance Despite Le Pen Cameo (Bloomberg) German inflation surpasses ECB target (DW) German business chiefs prepare to defend free trade in US (Financial …Read More

With the ripple effect of Donald Trump’s election still being felt not only in the U.S., but all over the world, many are scrambling to find explanations for how that happened. One widespread explanation is the rise of a populist surge—against parties, politics, and so-called powerful elites. But in order to understand how it happened, …Read More

A Collection from This Week’s News on Important Issues for German-American Relations  Business and Economics Trump administration widens net for immigrant deportation (BBC) U.S. stocks powered to new records by energy shares (MarketWatch) Business rates: pressure grows for total rethink on controversial tax (The Guardian) German stocks would thrive if Le Pen wins the French …Read More

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