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.
Dr. Bowman H. (Bo) Miller teaches graduate courses in globalization and intelligence, conflict and social analysis, European issues, foreign intelligence partnerships, and issues in all-source analysis at the National Intelligence University in Washington, DC. His four decades in U.S. counterintelligence and intelligence began in 1966 as a summer intern linguist at the… Read more >
Dr. Gale A. Mattox is Senior Visiting Fellow at AICGS and Professor, Political Science Department, at the U.S. Naval Academy. She is a former elected department chair and chair of chairs, and was awarded the Distinguished Fulbright-Dow Research Chair at the Roosevelt Center, the Netherlands, for spring 2009. Professor Mattox served on… Read more >
Susanne Lohmann is Professor of Political Science, Public Policy, and Human Complex System and Director of the Center for Governance at UCLA. Professor Lohmann received her Ph.D. in economics and political economy from Carnegie Mellon University in 1991. She taught at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business before joining UCLA in 1993…. Read more >
Prof. Klaus Larres, Ph.D. is the Richard M. Krasno Distinguished Professor in History and International Affairs at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, NC. He also is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations and a Visiting Professor in European Studies at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced… Read more >
Prof. Dr. Karl-Rudolf Korte is Professor of Political Science at the Universität Duisberg-Essen, where he focuses on the political system of the Federal Republic of Germany. He is also the Director of the NRW School of Governance.
Dr. Iris Kempe is the Country Director for Oxfam Russia and founding director of the Caucasus Analytical Digest.
Professor Wade Jacoby is Professor of Political Science at Brigham Young University. He is the author of German Federalism in Transition: Reforms in a Consensual State. (co-edited with Carolyn Moore). London: Routledge (2010).
Gunther Hellmann is Professor of Political Science at Goethe-University, Frankfurt am Main and Adjunct Professor at the Bologna Center of the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University. He is a Principal Investigator and Member of the Board of Directors of the Frankfurt Cluster of Excellence “Formation of Normative Orders.” In… Read more >
Ulrike Guérot joined the European Council on Foreign Relations in July 2007 as a Senior Research Fellow and Representative for Germany. Previously she was Senior Transatlantic Fellow with the German Marshall Fund (2004-2007), and prior to that she headed the European Union unit at the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) in Berlin (2000-2003). Ulrike… Read more >
Dr. Dieter Dettke is currently Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University teaching a course on “Europe and Russia: The New Security Dynamics and the Atlantic Alliance” in the summer of 2011 and a course on “The Politics of European Security” in the fall at Georgetown University’s Center for Peace and Security Studies. He… Read more >