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The secret to winning in 2020

If they want to win the 2020 US elections, the Democrats need a candidate who can and will run as an economic populist

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Remembering Prof. Norman Birnbaum, Left-Wing Sociologist and Journalist

Norman Birnbaum, July 21, 1926 – January 4, 2019

 

The Friedrich Ebert Stiftung is deeply saddened by the death of Professor Norman Birnbaum. With...

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Report of the 9th Annual Conference on Turkey

In conjunction with the Middle East Institute (MEI), the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES) was pleased to co-sponsor the 9th Annual Conference on...

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Co-Determining the Future

Could the German system of corporate co-determination serve as a role model for the US?

 

 

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JustJobs Network 2018 Signature Volume

People on the Move - Advancing the Discourse on Migration & Jobs

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Strategy Debates of US-American Parties for the Midterm Elections 2018

How are political movements positioned? How do they react to changes in the society and with which topics do they position themselves where in the...

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Codetermining the Future of Work: Lessons from Germany

By Thomas A. Kochan, Wilma B. Liebman, and Inez von Weitershausen

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For whose benefit?

What the murder of rebel leader Alexander Zakharchenko means for the peace process in eastern Ukraine

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Progressive Strategies in Times of Growing Right-Wing Populism

In light of the remarkable rise of right-wing populism in Germany and its growing presence in parliaments and discourses, the volume at hand...

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Gewerkschaftsarbeit am Scheideweg

Arbeitsgrundlagen von US-Gewerkschaften de facto erheblich erschwert. Zur Supreme Court-Entscheidung Janus v. AFSCME

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