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.
Ideas, Institutions and Organized Capitalism: Germany, Europe and Twenty-first Century Economic Policy Models
A Tale of Two Countries: The Privatization of Immigrant Detention in Germany and the United States
Securing the National Interests: The United States and Japanese-South Korean Reconciliation
Building a Bridge over the Atlantic? The Impact of the Bologna Process on German and U.S. Higher Education
Playing to One’s Strengths: The Implicit Division of Labor in U.S. and EU Climate Diplomacy
Compensation as a Mechanism of Reconciliation? Lessons from the German Payments for Nazi Forced and Slave Labor
The Role of the German Jewish Community in Postwar Germany's International Recognition
Lost in Translation: The Meaning of Sanctuary for Immigrants in the U.S. and Germany
Vigilance vs. Precaution: Diverging Directions in U.S. and European Technology Governance?
The Specter of Uncertainty: Policies for Strengthening the Transatlantic Relationship from the Next Generation of Leaders
The Radicalization of the Extreme Right: Charlottesville August 2017 and Chemnitz August 2018
Finding Security in an Age of Uncertainty: German and American Counterterrorism Policies
President Trump Goes to Europe: Two (Theoretically) Easy and a Tough Question on EU Integration, Trade, and the Euro
Developing Advanced Work-Based Higher Education: What Germany and the U.S. Can Learn from Each Other
A Strained, Yet Indispensable Partnership: German-American Relations in the Age of Donald J. Trump
A Proposal for Historical Reconciliation: The "Dokdo Movement" of Korean Americans in the Washington Area
Invisible Redistribution to Weaker Economies? The Case for EU Automatic Stabilizers
No Place to Stay? Discrimination Patterns in the German and American Rental Housing Markets
Reconciliation Over the Graves? A German War Cemetery in Russia (or the German-Russian Reconciliation of Sologubovka)
U.S. and EU Trade Relations with China: Increasingly Similar, and Increasingly Conflictual?
Once Upon a Time, It Was a Man’s World: Women in Conservative Parties in Germany and the U.S.
Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, His Policy toward Israel, and the German Responsibility for the Jewish People*
Which Carrots and Which Sticks? Searching for a Strategy to Deal with Russia in the Ukraine Crisis
Toward Historical Reconciliation in East Asia: Emergence and Expansion of Transnational Networks
Receiving Reconciliation? Invitations from German Cities to Jewish Refugees of National Socialism in the United States
Human remains of Ovaherero and Nama: Transnational dynamics in post-genocidal restitutions
A Comparative Historical Analysis of Policy Trajectories in U.S. Bilingual Education and Islamic Religious Instruction in Germany (1965-2010): The Varying Influences of Anti-Immigrant Populism
The New Role of Universities in the Twenty-first Century: Universities as Engines of Innovation and Entrepreneurial Hubs
Compare or Not to Compare? Or How to Compare? The Problems in Contemporary German-Japanese Memory Discourse
“Made in Germany” – Produced in America? How Dual Vocational Training Programs Can Help Close the Skills Gap in the United States
Compatible Degree and Non-degree Postsecondary Education in the U.S.: Crossover Competency Oriented Conceptual Approaches in Credentialing
Privatization of Security Services: Comparing Approaches to Policing and Prisons across the Atlantic
The Rise of Populist Movements in the United States and Europe: Joint Challenge, Joint Answers Needed
Transitional Justice as a Foreign Policy Issue across the Atlantic: Trends and Counter-trends
The Transatlantic Agenda for Labor Market Reform: Increasing Adaptability Through Continuing Training
Bridging the Ocean: Challenges and Opportunities for Transatlantic Cooperation on China
Negative Campaigning in the U.S Midterm Elections: Role Model or Warning for German Campaign Strategies?
Us versus Them: The Steady Narrative of “Othering” in Historical and Contemporary Debates in Germany and the U.S.
A New Era of Transatlantic Cooperation in Space? How the New Space Economy Is Shaping the State of Affairs and What Could Be Done
The Role of Fertility and Family Leave Policies in Shaping Fertility and Female Labor Supply: A Comparative Perspective
Friendship Assimilation and Ethnic Homophily of Young Immigrants in the U.S. and Germany