FES Publications USA and Canada

Progressive Policymaking in a Changing Region:

Insights from the third American-German-Israeli Trialogue; Berlin, June 2017

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Who governs the internet? Players and fields of action

How should the internet be regulated in order to be an important component of a good society? And who should be responsible?

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Europe must find its own approach to Iran

Why we cannot rely on American diplomacy in the row over the nuclear deal

 

 

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American Opinion Currents in the Trump Era

By Alec Tyson, Senior Researcher at Pew Research Center

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Turkey and Germany: Approaching a Breaking Point?

Relations between Turkey and Germany, already on a steady decline, reached a low point in the aftermath of the arrest of Turkish-born German writer...

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Selective Perception: Explaining Political Communication under Trump

Why do we see a change in political communication under Trump? Dr. Knüpfer explains why we need a new paradigm to explain communication dynamics.

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Making American Higher Education Social Democratic: Rethinking New York’s Excelsior Scholarship

Affordability in higher education has been put on many a political pedestal, yet no federal solution exists. Could New York be the model to follow?

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Right-Wing Populism and Authoritarian Nationalism in the U.S. and Europe

Despite recent setbacks, right-wing populism continues to challenge liberal

democracies. It can be read as a revolt of those who consider themselves...

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‘Relax, Gringo, I’m Legal’: Mexican Migration Issues under Trump

Demonizing Mexican immigrants and building a wall were central to Trump's election. How has it impacted lives here at home and relations with Mexico?

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America Adapts to Climate Change and President Trump

As the Trump administration abandons US commitment to climate and environmental protection, who will fill the gap?

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