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Social Divisions and Questions of Identity in Germany and the United States

Consequences for Politics and Society An Exchange Outside of the Metropolitan Areas A Three-Year AGI Project – Final Conference In recent years, open communication and compromise have been neglected in …

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Jun13

“White Supremacy 3.0”

The possible militarization of combat sports networks in the context of the Russia-Ukraine war Speaker: Alexander Ritzmann, DAAD/AGI Research Fellow Moderator: Eric Langenbacher, Senior Fellow and Director of the Society, …

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May11

Understanding Germany’s Current Electoral Reform

Panelists: Boris Herrmann, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Parliamentary Bureau and Sven Siefken, Professor of Political Science, Hochschule des Bundes für öffentliche Verwaltung, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Parliamentary Research (IParl) Moderator: Eric …

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May2

AGI-KAS 2023 Transatlantic Trade Week

The global trading system is becoming increasingly contested as domestic, climate, and national security priorities play a larger role in U.S. and EU policymaking. In the United States, the Biden …

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May15

Germany, Lithuania, and Security on NATO’s Eastern Flank

with Ms. Siemtje Möller, Member of the Bundestag, Parliamentary Secretary for Defense Dr. Stephen Flanagan, Adjunct Senior Fellow, RAND Corporation Brigadier General Modestas Petrauskas, Defense, Military, Naval and Air Attaché, …

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Dec13

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Energy Security and Energy Transition in Germany and the EU

Just days after the launch of the G7’s price cap on Russian oil and the EU’s embargo of Russian oil imports this webinar will address the outlook for German and …

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Dec13

Local Governance of Religious Diversity

Through the Lenses of Hamburg and Washington, DC Religious diversity is a reality in both Germany and the United States. It leads to negotiation processes in differing forms, which unfold …

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Nov29

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

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

AGI 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 AGI-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