“The departure of Chancellor Merkel after so many years and a change in political parties in Berlin will cause nervousness in Brussels…A big problem will be to successfully maintain the United States’ commitment to defending Europe.”
University of Nottingham Professor Anna Meier joins Pardee School Professor Jessica Stern to discuss remembrance culture in Germany and whether Germany could serve as a model for the U.S. and the larger project the country faces of fighting white supremacist violence.
Pardee School professors and fellow scholars comment on Chancellor Angela Merkel’s legacy, the implications for transatlantic relations following the German elections, as well as how the results might affect the balance of power and policies in the EU.
The EU-MERCOSUR free trade agreement would represent the largest trade deal for both blocs in terms of number of citizens involved, but is likely to be a step toward less productive, more unequal and more vulnerable economies in both blocs.
Experts explored how Germany, Brazil, and India have been expanding their global influence in the shadow of the U.S. and China.
RPI will conduct interdisciplinary and policy-relevant research on five emerging powers with increasing global impact.
Ambassador Garčević discussed U.S. troop withdrawal from Germany & how this effects U.S./European relations & the Balkans.
Professor Wippl discusses lessons learned during his Cold War CIA assignment.
It is foolhardy to think Germany’s presidency of the EU signal a radical shift in enthusiasm for enlargement to the Western Balkans.
Appearing on PBS NewsHour, Professor Bacevich argues that ending U.S. security commitment in Europe should be one part of rethinking our overall security posture.
Prof. Joshua Shifrinson discusses United States fears of war at the end of the Cold War and the effects on U.S. policy toward German reunification.
Prof. Henrik Selin discusses whether the latest German policy package on climate change will be enough to get Germany on path to meet its 2030 goals.
Amb. Vesko Garcevic spoke as part of a panel entitled “Tools and Actors: Diplomacy and Security Policy.”
Prof. Vivien Schmidt spoke as part of a panel entitled “Germany’s Role in the European Union and the Transatlantic Relationship: 1998 vs. 2018 and Beyond.”
Prof. Vivien Schmidt delivered a talk entitled “What Leadership for Germany in the EU, Faced With Rising Populism and Euro-Fatigue?” at Brandeis University.
Prof. Vivien Schmidt discusses the recent elections in Germany, Angela Merkel’s victory and her upcoming fourth term as Chancellor.
Professors Erik Goldstein, William Keylor and Joseph Wippl discussed how the upcoming elections across Europe will impact the United States.
Prof. Thomas Berger discusses the political implications of the recent attack on a Berlin Christmas market.
Dean Adil Najam discusses several attacks across the Middle East and Europe that occurred on December 19, 2016.
Prof. Kaija Schilde discussed how the attack could affect border controls across the European Union.