A high-standard, open global economy requires a regular update to its rules and the right division of labor between domestic and international economic policies to remain a driver of prosperity for the United States, Germany, and the European Union. The Geoeconomics Program has three main areas of focus. Trade and Financial Governance examines the trade, …Read More

The AICGS Society, Culture & Politics Program focuses on how cultural beliefs and values, evolving interpretations of historical experiences, and shifting conceptions of national identity all shape perspectives and policy responses in the German-American dialogue. The program has three main areas of focus: Reconciliation in Europe and Asia looks to Germany for lessons for Japan’s …Read More

The AICGS 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 and the German role in the international arena. The Foreign & Domestic Policy Program includes analysis of: International Security Issues, including the twenty-first century challenge …Read More

In a video interview with the Claremont Graduate University, AICGS President Dr. Jackson Janes explains how the economic, political, and business dynamics help to shape our views of world affairs and why we need to strengthen German-American ties to cope with global challenges. The interview was originally published by Claremont Graduate University on October 10, …Read More

AICGS President Dr. Jackson Janes discusses the prospects for German-American relations after the German parliamentary election this year in this ARD German TV program.

This video amasses the recommendations for transatlantic civil society arrived at by a group of four young Germans and four young Americans over this past year. The focus of the group’s discussion was the role of civil society in reconciliation at a time of uncertainty. The group looked at both the bilateral German-American relationship and …Read More

Amid confusion and disorientation regarding the Trump administration’s new foreign and security policy, Europe is reflecting on its security challenges at home and abroad in a new era. After the successful closing of this year’s Munich Security Conference, AICGS President Dr. Jackson Janes sits down with Wolfgang Ischinger, Chairman of the MSC and AICGS Trustee, …Read More

President Trump’s first days in the White House has generated chaos and fear with his controversial travel ban targeting seven predominately Muslim Middle Eastern countries. Intended as a swift measure by the new U.S. administration to combat international terrorism, the policy not only sparked fierce debate about its impact, with some experts suggesting the ban serves …Read More

Amid an abundance of views and agendas for the future of American foreign policy in this year’s U.S. presidential campaigns, Professor Michael Mandelbaum, Professor Emeritus at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University, sits down with AICGS president Dr. Jackson Janes to discuss his recent book Mission Failure: America and the …Read More

Amid continuing uncertainties after the UK’s decision to leave the EU, AICGS President Jackson Janes sits down with Dr. Werner Hoyer, President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the European Investment Bank, to discuss the path forward for the European project. Although the departure of the UK is a tremendous loss for the …Read More

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