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Today, Germany stands at the center of Europe and is the most influential member of the European Union. Germany is a key partner of the U.S. in its most important international trade and economic relationships. As two of the world’s leading trading nations, the United States and Germany share a deep and abiding interest in the health of the world economy. There is no other country with which the U.S. shares a stronger mix of interests and values.
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Expanding the Transatlantic Toolbox for Economic and Strategic Competition with China

Export Control, Foreign Subsidy Rules, and Investment Screening Download Publication The June 2021 G7 meeting in Cornwall, England ended with the issuance of a communique that reflected real progress in …

The U.S.-EU Summit Resets the Narrative on Trade

Yesterday’s U.S.-EU Summit in Brussels was remarkable simply for taking place, as it was the first since 2014. But even more striking was the way U.S. President Joe Biden characterized …

Biden Should Think Big on the U.S.-EU Trade Agenda

AICGS Senior Fellow and Director of Geoeconomics Program Peter Rashish writes in World Politics Review about the U.S.-EU summit on June 15, 2021. “When U.S. President Joe Biden participates in …

AICGS Asks: What Is Angela Merkel’s Impact on the Global Economy

AICGS asks: What is the significance of Angela Merkel’s policies for the global economy? Krzysztof Bledowski Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation The Germans will look back at Angela Merkel’s …

Draghi to the Rescue, Act Two

Italian prime minister Mario Draghi describes his own country as “beautiful, but fragile.” The former central banker is trying to replicate in Italy what he did for the monetary union …

German Court Rules Against Climate Law: Postponing Action is Unconstitutional

Freedom depends on climate policy – and action is needed now. Postponing climate action into the distant future would imply even harsher restrictions on the freedom to eventually bring down …

The Future of Transatlantic Trade Relations

Former U.S. President Donald Trump pursued an aggressive, winner-take-all international trade policy. He pushed protectionism and punitive 232 tariffs, blocked the WTO dispute settlement mechanism, and both threatened and implemented …

Biden’s First 100 Days: Prospects for Transatlantic Cooperation on Policies Toward China

Download Publication As we approach the first 100 days of the Biden administration, it is a good time to take stock of the new direction in U.S. foreign policy and …

Episode 43: Living the American-German Relationship—A Conversation with Martin Richenhagen

On this episode of The Zeitgeist, our guest is Prof. Dr. Martin Richenhagen, Chairman of the AICGS Board of Trustees and former CEO of the American agricultural machinery manufacturer AGCO …

Peter Rashish Interviewed on Artificial Intelligence, China, and Trade Policy

Peter Rashish, Director of the AICGS Geoeconomics Program, spoke with the Italian news site Formiche.net about artificial intelligence, China, and trade policy. His comments were originally published in Italian, which …