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Globalization 2.0: Path to German-American Prosperity?

As economies around the world are steadily recovering from Covid-19 pandemic disruptions, they are facing new challenges that are calling into question the effectiveness of the existing international economic order. …

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Sep22

Documenta 15 and the Controversy over Anti-Semitism

Even before the June opening of the fifteenth iteration of the prestigious Documenta contemporary art exhibition in the city of Kassel, several controversies, including alleged anti-Semitism on the part of …

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Jul7

Anti-Feminism in the Rhetoric of Populist Radical Right (PRR) Female MPs in Germany and the United States

Women play an increasingly important role in Populist Radical Right (PRR) parties. This seems paradoxical, as these parties typically reject a political role for women and emphasize regressive core beliefs, …

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Jul28

The Strategic Implications of China’s State Capitalism

The Biden Administration has launched the U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council and the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework to align with like-minded economies on supply chains, clean energy, new technologies and other …

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Jun28

The Zeitenwende

Germany’s Reluctant Revolution Three days into the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Chancellor Olaf Scholz announced a revolution in German foreign and security policy. Under the title Zeitenwende (turning point), he …

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Jun30

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Germany and the United States: Partners in Shaping a New International Order?

AICGS Symposium The transatlantic agenda for President Joe Biden and Chancellor Olaf Scholz was already ambitious. When the two leaders met in February 2022 as Russia massed troops on the …

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May26

2022 AICGS-KAS Transatlantic Trade Week

May 10 – Session One Trade and Values This session will examine transatlantic cooperation to promote equitable economic growth through trade by advancing Western values, norms, and principles. The U.S.-EU …

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May10

Public Health and Public Trust

Transatlantic Challenges in Health Policy As the COVID-19 pandemic has illustrated, public trust in government decision-makers is as important as public health policies. In the United States and Germany, health …

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May4

Transatlantic Security Strategies

Germany, Europe, and the United States with Heather Conley, President, The German Marshall Fund of the United States Dr. Daniel Fiott, Security and Defence Editor, EU Institute for Security Studies …

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May5

Global Infodemic

Transatlantic Communities and Disinformation Disinformation campaigns are nothing new; foreign and domestic actors have used such campaigns to influence voter behavior and recruit followers to political extremes. Following the outbreak …

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May3

What Worked? Lessons from the Pandemic for U.S. and German Economic Policies

The U.S. and German economic systems were both faced with extraordinary supply and demand crises that accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic and required them not only to rely on established policy …

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Apr26

China as a Cause of Transatlantic Tension and Cooperation

From Tiananmen Square to the War in Ukraine U.S. and European relations with China have been seldom smooth and harmonious. But rivalry and competition have also characterized the transatlantic allies’ …

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Apr28

Living (up to our) Constitutions?

President of the German Federal Constitutional Court Stephan Harbarth, in conversation with Dr. Catherine Lotrionte, will discuss current dynamics of constitutional law and the similarities and differences between the German …

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Mar29

The Global Economy in 2022: Prospects for Transatlantic Cooperation under the New German Government

As Germany takes the reins of the G7 presidency in 2022, this webinar will examine the economic policy priorities of the new SPD-Green-FDP coalition in Berlin and avenues for the …

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Feb22