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How Do Germany and the United States Engage with One Another to Address International Challenges? The first conference of “A German-American Dialogue of the Next Generation: Global Responsibility, Joint Engagement” …

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Nov6

Trade and National Security

Can We Have Too Much of a Good Thing? On November 28, AICGS and the Hudson Institute convened a half-day conference on “Trade and National Security: Can We Have Too …

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Nov28

Bridging Academic and Occupational Learning and Credentialing in U.S. Postsecondary Education by Competency-oriented Program Shaping

Research insights on approaches, challenges, and perspectives On both sides of the Atlantic, there is a need to better train and adapt the workforce for twenty-first century jobs. In the …

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Dec18

Never Again!

A Historical Survey of Anti-Semitism in Germany between 1933 and 1935 and Implications for Contemporary Debates When an anti-Semitic loner killed 11 members of a Jewish congregation in Pittsburgh in …

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Dec13

How Much Can Education Serve as a Mechanism for the Integration of Minorities and Immigrants?

Experiences from Germany and the United States Immigration remains a political football in national and regional debates in Germany and the U.S. with clear consequences for electoral outcomes. Behind the …

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Dec3

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The Radicalization of the Extreme Right

The Rallies in Charlottesville in August 2017 and Chemnitz in August 2018 In August 2017, members of multiple far-right movements rallied in Charlottesville, Virginia, with the goals of uniting the …

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Nov27

Negative Campaigning in the U.S. Midterm Elections

Role Model or Warning for German Campaign Strategies? Negativity has long been a part of American election campaigns, and the 2018 midterm campaign was no exception. In the lead-up to …

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Dec6

Rebooting Transatlantic Trade

Diplomacy, Markets, and Rules Against the backdrop of renewed trade talks between the United States and the European Union, the AICGS Geoeconomics Program hosted an off-the-record roundtable discussion with Daniel …

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Oct25

Transatlantic Relations after the Midterms

A Fresh Start or Further Decline? Since President Trump began implementing his vision of “America First” two years ago, European partners have been concerned whether a more unilateral and transactional …

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Nov19

Roundtable on Russia Sanctions

This event, held under the Chatham House rule, examined U.S. sanctions on Russia and their effect on the Europe banking system, the risk that sanctions could impact the role of …

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Oct10

Workforce Integration of Immigrants in the United States and Germany

Local and Religious Perspectives As national debates about immigration continue to dominate the political agenda in both Germany and the United States, much of the work of integrating asylum seekers and …

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Sep28

Can Family Policies Make a Difference for Fertility and Female Employment Rates?

In recent decades many OECD countries including Germany, the U.S., and other European countries have made changes to their family policies which include paid parental leave, childcare subsidies, and per-child …

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Jul25

Transatlantic Relations, Transatlantic Trade, and the Future of the EU

On June 6, 2018, AICGS hosted Martin Zielke, CEO of Commerzbank, for a roundtable exchange on “Transatlantic Relations, Transatlantic Trade, and the Future of the EU.” With the U.S.-German and U.S.-EU relationship facing …

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Jun6

Germany and the United States: The Strategic Triangle in the Transatlantic Relationship

A Transatlantic Workshop on China

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May4