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Shattered Illusions

How to Preserve and Update Transatlantic Resolve AGI at the 2024 Munich Security Conference The transatlantic community faces a world increasingly bristling with systemic conflict: Russia’s attempt to remake the …

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Feb17

Welcome Dinner and Discussion with Ambassador Michaelis

German Ambassador to the United States Andreas Michaelis has taken up his duties on August 1, representing one of the United States’ closest allies in Washington, DC. Ambassador Michaelis served …

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Aug29

Roundtable with Heather Hurlburt, USTR Chief of Staff

Moderators: Jeff Rathke, President at AGI Peter Rashish, Vice President; Director of the Geoeconomics Program at AGI As the idea of globalization experiences increasing contention, avenues for advancing shared transatlantic …

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Apr11

A Rocky Road Ahead? German-American Friendshoring in an Era of Systemic Rivalry

AGI at the 2023 Munich Security Conference China’s growing international presence has far-ranging effects on both the United States and Germany in areas such as economics and trade, technology policy, …

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Feb18

Rethinking Transatlantic Priorities

AGI at the 2022 Munich Security Conference With a new coalition government in Berlin and mid-term elections on the horizon in the United States, the United States and Germany face …

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Feb19

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Expanding the Transatlantic Toolbox for Economic and Strategic Competition with China: Export Control, Foreign Subsidy Rules, and Investment Screening

As calls for more methodical and coherent policy measures to manage economic and strategic competition with China continues to grow across the Atlantic, both the United States and the European …

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Jun17

Competition and Compromise: The Biden Administration’s Emerging China Policy and the Prospect for Transatlantic Cooperation

After four years of tumultuous U.S. foreign policy under the Trump administration, the Biden presidency is aiming to bring a more strategic and disciplined approach, especially with regard to China. …

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Apr28

China as Digital Superpower: An American-German Workshop on Digital Infrastructure and Digital Security

Today’s China has grown into a digital superpower alongside the United States with its central role in global digital technology manufacturing, innovation, and increasing market share. This has created a …

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Dec8

Partner, Competitor, or Rival? The China Conundrum in Transatlantic Relations

Official Side Event at the 2020 Munich Security Conference China’s growing international presence has far-ranging effects on both the United States and Germany in areas such as economics and trade, …

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Feb15

Transatlantic Young Leadership Program

Giving Voice to Diversity AGI’s “Transatlantic Young Leadership Program: Giving Voice to Diversity” addresses the theme “Immigration, Integration, and a New Transatlantic Generation.” As part of this initiative, ten diverse …

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Oct14

More than Trade Policy?

U.S. and German Responses to the New Global Economy This event is the second of the Allianz Geoeconomics Speaker Series. Marcel Fratzscher is President of DIW Berlin (German Institute of …

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Jul12

Finance, Trade, and Brexit

The European and German Agenda After the EU Elections One month ahead of the European Parliament elections, AGI and the Hanns Seidel Foundation hosted MdB Alexander Radwan for a roundtable …

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Apr30

Post NAFTA

The United States, Germany, Canada, and Mexico in the Global Economy The new “U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement” (USMCA) signed on October 1 presents a number of important indications about the future direction of …

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Mar28

Global Value Chains, Local Economic Values

The Automobile Industry’s Role in Trade and Investment The Representative of German Industry and Trade (RGIT) and the American-German Institute (AGI) hosted a timely discussion about the automotive industry’s role …

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Mar26