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Wunderbar Together in Southwestern USA

In the course of the AICGS project “Integration: Made in Germany” the group travelled through the Southwest region of the United States from March 17 to March 22, 2019. It …

Cooperation or Division? The German-American Relationship in a Changing World

Policy Report 70 AICGS is pleased to present the written results of the third and final year of its project “A German-American Dialogue of the Next Generation: Global Responsibility, Joint …

Lies About Migrants

Immigration Policy in a Time of “Post-Truth” Politics In a June 6, 2019 seminar, DAAD/AICGS Research Fellow Beverly Crawford Ames argued that misinformation, exaggeration, distortion of facts, and fabricated content—all …

Eric Langenbacher To Join AICGS as New Senior Fellow and Director of Society, Culture & Politics Program

AICGS is pleased to announce that Eric Langenbacher has been selected as the new Senior Fellow and Director of the Society, Culture & Politics Program. Dr. Langenbacher succeeds Dr. Lily …

Global Transitional Justice

Strategies, Trends, and Counter-Trends across the Atlantic Seeking justice for past atrocities has become a standard practice for countries after conflict or violent rule. These transitional justice processes are often …

If the Transatlantic Project Is to Become More Attractive for Younger Germans, It Will Have to Open Up to More Diverse Groups and New Issues

The transatlantic idea has been in decline, if less so in the United States, definitely in Germany. Favorable views of the U.S. in Germany and confidence in American presidents as …

Museum Diplomacy at the Crossroads

The end of 2018 was a busy time on the museum stage. By this I do not refer to any particular million-dollar masterpiece acquisition at the Tate or at the …

Keeping the “Evidence” in U.S. and German International Assistance

This past year saw a significant decline in development aid—a decrease of 3 percent to the world’s least developed countries, and of 4 percent in aid to Africa. Particularly in …

Seventy Years as a Country of Immigrants: What’s Next for Germany?

In its seventy-year history, the Federal Republic of Germany has always been a highly desired destination for immigrants, not unlike some of its European neighbors and the United States. This …

Axel Heck, DAAD/AICGS Research Fellow

AICGS is pleased to welcome Axel Heck as a DAAD/AICGS Research Fellow from May to mid-July 2019. Dr. Axel Heck is a senior lecturer in International Relations at Kiel University …

Welcoming Communities, Embracing Diversity – A Transatlantic Motto

Dallas, TX, Fayetteville, AR, and Nuremberg, Germany all have something in common: They have been developing a plan to welcome newcomers in their midst. What drives these initiatives? Economic growth …

Democracy and Human Rights Promotion in Times of Shrinking Civic Spaces

International democracy and human rights promotion—a foreign policy endeavor that governments on both sides of the Atlantic have espoused for decades—has been faced with severe challenges in the past years. …