FES Publications USA and Canada

Yasmin Fahimi, State Secretary at the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs

Speaks on Social Injustice, Social Policies, as well as the Transatlantic Relationship.

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There Is No Alternative

Why Germany’s Right-Wing Populists Are Losing Steam (published in Foreign Affairs, March 10, 2017)

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Ten Years with Netanyahu

Maintaining Israel, the Conflict – and Himself

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Methods of Preventing and Combatting Terrorism in the MENA Region and the West

Russia in the Middle East: EU & Israeli Perspectives

Oh, wie schön ist Kanada?

Was Deutschland vom Einwanderungsland Kanada lernen kann (und was nicht).

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Trump and Democracy in America

Right-wing populists benefit from the morals of cosmopolitanism. It's time for rethinking.

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Im Schatten der Mauer

Die Auswirkungen des US-amerikanischen Ausbaus von

Grenzschutz und verstärkter Zuwanderungskontrolle

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Panik und ungläubiges Staunen

Die USA unter einem Präsidenten Trump. Ein Stimmungsbild aus Washington D.C. am Tag nach den Wahlen



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Continuity versus ? - U.S. Foreign Policy after the Election

Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump? Who will make it into the White House on November 8th and what will it mean for U.S. Foreign Policy?

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