AICGS experts are drawn from a network of former fellows, program participants, trustees, and colleagues. They offer insights into various aspects of the German-American relationship.
Security Policy in Cyberspace: The Need for a Transatlantic Debate on the Protection of Data and Privacy
A Farewell to Balance: How Journalism Shapes the Public Debate on Climate Change in the U.S.
Globalizing Labor Relations across the Atlantic? The Role of Institutions and Actors
Zwischen Gestaltungsmacht und Hegemoniefalle: Zur neuesten Debatte über eine "neue deutsche Außenpolitik"
Enhanced Cooperation for Europe: Is there a Way out of the Impasse of Integration Politics?
A New Assertiveness? Germany wades into the Syrian conflict with vote for anti-ISIS military mission
Migration, Migrant Policies and Changing Cultures of Belongings: Alevis from Turkey in Germany and the United States
Die deutsche Einheit als Ergebnis eines historischen Prozesses und als Aufgabe der Gegenwart und Zukunft
Episode 04: One of the Largest Deals Ever Made: Talking Trump, China, and Trade
Germany’s Priority Is Keeping the European Union Together: This Is Fundamentally in the U.S.' Interest
Ukraine—Out of the Spotlight, Out of the West’s Interest? German and U.S. Viewpoints on the Resolution of the Ukrainian-Russian Conflict and Its Security Implications
The End of the Atomic Dream: One Year After Fukushima, the Shortfalls of Nuclear Energy Are Clearer Than Ever
Social Cohesion in the United States and Germany: Will Protectionism and Income Redistribution Be Helpful?
Walls Against Migration? About Perceived Truth in the U.S. Migration Debate and the Effectiveness of Border Protection Measures
Tri-Regional Partnering on Reconciliation in East Asia: Pivotal to Shaping the Order of the Twenty-First Century?
Croatia on the Verge of Joining the European Union: Outlook after the release of the latest EU monitoring report
One Year After: How the Media and Think Tanks Processed the Speech of Federal President Gauck