AICGS experts are drawn from a network of former fellows, program participants, trustees, and colleagues. They offer insights into various aspects of the German-American relationship.
Germany’s Priority Is Keeping the European Union Together: This Is Fundamentally in the U.S.' Interest
Security Policy in Cyberspace: The Need for a Transatlantic Debate on the Protection of Data and Privacy
A Farewell to Balance: How Journalism Shapes the Public Debate on Climate Change in the U.S.
The 2003 Iraq War as a Turning Point in German–American Relations: Political Leadership and Alliance Cohesion
Globalizing Labor Relations across the Atlantic? The Role of Institutions and Actors
Zwischen Gestaltungsmacht und Hegemoniefalle: Zur neuesten Debatte über eine "neue deutsche Außenpolitik"
Enhanced Cooperation for Europe: Is there a Way out of the Impasse of Integration Politics?
A New Assertiveness? Germany wades into the Syrian conflict with vote for anti-ISIS military mission
Migration, Migrant Policies and Changing Cultures of Belongings: Alevis from Turkey in Germany and the United States
Die deutsche Einheit als Ergebnis eines historischen Prozesses und als Aufgabe der Gegenwart und Zukunft
Ukraine—Out of the Spotlight, Out of the West’s Interest? German and U.S. Viewpoints on the Resolution of the Ukrainian-Russian Conflict and Its Security Implications
The End of the Atomic Dream: One Year After Fukushima, the Shortfalls of Nuclear Energy Are Clearer Than Ever
Walls Against Migration? About Perceived Truth in the U.S. Migration Debate and the Effectiveness of Border Protection Measures
Tri-Regional Partnering on Reconciliation in East Asia: Pivotal to Shaping the Order of the Twenty-First Century?
Croatia on the Verge of Joining the European Union: Outlook after the release of the latest EU monitoring report
One Year After: How the Media and Think Tanks Processed the Speech of Federal President Gauck