The U.S. elections in 2012 and the German elections in 2013 demonstrate that, despite their geographic distance, the two countries are confronted by both similar and shared problems: debt crises, unemployment, instability in the Middle East, immigration, energy security, education, and counter-terrorism efforts, to name only a few. National elections offer an opportunity to engage the broader electorate in the policy process, and take the temperature of the country.
Shaping Transatlantic Solutions: Challenges of the 2012 and 2013 Elections
Authors: Alexander Privitera, Jackson Janes, Lily Gardner Feldman, Sebastian Patta, Stanley Litow, Stephen Pettigrew
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Author: Alexander Privitera, Jackson Janes, Lily Gardner Feldman, Sebastian Patta, Stanley Litow, Stephen Pettigrew
Published: November 4, 2013
Type: Policy Reports