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Towards a Revitalized Transatlantic Security Community

Keynote Remarks by: Michael Murphy, Deputy Assistant Secretary for European & Eurasian Affairs, U.S. Department of State followed by a panel discussion with American, German, and European experts: Andrea Kendall-Taylor, …

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Apr14

The Left Party and the 2021 Bundestag Election

Despite periodic predictions of its demise, the Left Party has become a stalwart player in Germany’s increasingly fragmented party system, especially in the eastern states. Currently, polling a little below …

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Apr19

Oral History, Genocide Studies, and Diasporic History

The Herero Speaking Apartheid Refugees and the Shanghai Jews On the occasion of Holocaust Remembrance Day, Dr. Elise Pape and Prof. Kevin Ostoyich will discuss the importance of oral testimonies …

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Apr7

Towards Secure, Sustainable, and Values-Based Supply Chains

A Transatlantic Conversation The Covid-19 pandemic exposed structural deficiencies in global supply chains when the United States, the European Union, and many other countries experienced a sudden lack of access …

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Mar18

The Greens in 2021

Ready for Government? Despite a lackluster federal election result in 2017, the Greens have been riding high in public opinion polling ever since, hovering around the 20 percent mark. This …

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Mar23

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A Council Presidency in Crisis

Evaluating Accomplishments and Shortcomings From July to December 2020 Germany held the rotating presidency of the EU Council of Ministers. Like its earlier Council experience in 2007, this was a presidency dominated …

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Mar17

The Alternative for Germany

Here to Stay? After its dramatic entrance into the Bundestag in 2017 as the third largest party, the Alternative for Germany (AfD) went from strength to strength in various elections—in …

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Mar1

The SPD and 2021 Bundestag Election

Can the Party Recover? The venerable Social Democratic Party of Germany is in a strange place as the 2021 Bundestag election approaches. On the one hand, it has been in the …

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Feb16

The Post-Merkel CDU/CSU and the 2021 Bundestag Election

For a year, the governing Christian Democratic Union has been considering a new leader. By January 16th, the CDU will finally have one and can start to focus on the …

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Jan19

Trump, Merkel, and Putin

Lessons and Legacies for Transatlantic Cooperation toward Russia Under the presidency of Donald J. Trump, transatlantic relations deteriorated significantly. Many analysts argued that this is particularly the case for a …

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Dec17

Regional Inequality and Populist Voting in Germany and the United States

Although having lost the U.S. presidential election, the number of votes won by populist president Donald J. Trump still exceeded many expectations. In a similar manner, the populist German party …

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Dec10

How to Respond to China’s Carrots and Sticks?

Prospects of a Transatlantic Response to Chinese Economic Coercion China is increasingly resorting to economic coercion in order to advance political objectives. In the Asia-Pacific regional context, Beijing has repeatedly …

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Dec7

Germany and Transatlantic Security

Germany’s Role in European Defense with Dr. Volker Ullrich, Member of the German Bundestag, Member of the Committee on European Union Affairs Omid Nouripour, Member of the German Bundestag, Spokesperson …

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Dec1

Germany’s Changing Religious Landscape

In 1990, Germany was not only deeply divided politically, but also religiously. Eighty percent of the German population in the West belonged to either the Catholic or one of the …

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Nov20
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