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Immigration, Integration, and a New Transatlantic Generation: Giving Voice to Diversity

AICGS is pleased to present two essays from the second round of the AICGS New Transatlantic Exchange Program: Giving Voice to Diversity. This innovative program establishes new connections between communities …

Immigration, Integration, and A New Transatlantic Generation: Sharing Experiences from Young Minorities in the U.S. and Germany

AICGS is pleased to present two essays from the inaugural round of the AICGS New Transatlantic Exchange Program: Giving Voice to Diversity. This innovative program establishes new connections between communities …

Dealing with the Past in Spaces, Places, Actions, and Institutions of Memory: A Comparative Reflection on European Experiences

AICGS is pleased to present four essays that were inspired by an international conference held in Berlin in October 2015: “Dealing with the Past in Spaces, Places, Actions, and Institutions …

Law Land: Germany as a Legal Super Power

Germany has increasingly found itself in a leadership role in the twenty-first century.  On challenges ranging from Russian aggression in Ukraine, to the European economic crisis, to the turmoil and …

Thirty Years of Bundestag Presence: A Tally of the Greens’ Impact on the Federal Republic of Germany’s Political Life and Public Culture

As we look to the German federal elections in 2013, AICGS’ newest publication considers three decades of a changing political landscape with the emergence of the Green Party. Andrei Markovits …

The Many Sides of Muslim Integration: A German-American Comparison

While analyses on the integration of immigrants and especially Muslim immigrants have multiplied in recent years, debates in the U.S. and Germany differ on these issues. Even though the U.S. …