Foreign & Domestic Policy Program
Explores the factors shaping important foreign and domestic policy debates in the United States, Germany, and Europe as they pertain to German-American relations. The Foreign & Domestic Policy Program includes analysis of International Security Issues concentrating on projects assessing risk in transatlantic relations, including risk identification, risk management, and risk communication. The program attempts to gain insight into appropriate reactions and responses to a variety of transatlantic challenges, including financial, security and defense, climate, immigration, and terrorism. Under the topic Energy and Climate Policy it examines European energy security and energy strategies for the future.
NRW School of Governance, 2010.
Topic: “Direct Democracy at the State Level in the U.S. – Lessons for the Debate in North Rhine-Westphalia”
NRW School of Governance, 2011.
Topic: “Public Leadership in US-States: How Governors Lead in the Public Arena”
Free University of Berlin – 2011
Topic: “Immigrants in Foreign Policy Making in Germany and the U.S.: Two Very Different Struggles to Embrace Diversity”
University of Groningen – 2011
Topic: “Germany in Europe: From Vanguard to Laggard – and back again?”
Bielefeld University – 2011
Topic: “Biopolitics Beyond the Here and Now – National Ethics Councils in Germany and the United States of America”
Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik – 2011
Topic: “Many Roles But How Much Impact – German Security Policy Under Merkel in the Transatlantic Context”
University of Munich – 2011
Topic: “German Foreign Policy and the Role of the Jewish Community”
Andreas Seeringer was an AICGS Visiting Fellow from October to December 2011. He is a PhD candidate at the Berlin University of Technology. Mr. Seeringer holds a Master’s degree in industrial engineering and a Master’s degree in economics from the Berlin University of Technology. He also completed an advanced degree program for… Read more >
Arne Schröer is a Ph.D. candidate in Political Sciences and graduate assistant lecturer in the Department of Governance and Political Science at Passau University. His areas of expertise include Security Policy, Energy Policy, European Integration, Transatlantic Relations, and the United Nations. Mr. Schröer studied Political Science, Economics and American History at the… Read more >
Dr. Sabrina B. Schulz is a Fellow with the stiftung neue verantwortung, a Berlin-based public policy think tank, where she runs a project on geoengineering. In her research she focuses on the interconnections between climate change, energy security, natural resources, and international security. Before she was Deputy Director at the Canadian Association… Read more >