FES Publications USA and Canada

Kanadische Werte systematisch unterhölt: Das Ende der Ära Harper und die Rückkehr zur Normalität

The Arctic: A Diverse and Evolving Region

Work in the Future

The debate about the future of work is certainly not new but has featured in sociopolitical and trade union discourse for many decades.

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New Histories for Enduring Conflicts: A Comparative Analysis

The centennial anniversary of the Armenian genocide and the seventieth anniversary of World War II’s end in Europe and in the Pacific permit fresh,...

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Russia - Dealing with an Awkward Partner

When the first "little green men" appeared on the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea at the end of February 2014, international observers rubbed their...

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Setting the stage for global trade in the 21st century | The U.S. between TPP and TTIP

The United States is currently undertaking the most ambitious trade agenda in its history.

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U.S. and German Views on Ukraine | The Risk of Trans-Atlantic Misunderstanding

As the ceasefire frays on the ground in Ukraine, the two countries whose leadership has most determined the course of Western policy in this conflict,...

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Canada, the European Union and CETA: A Canadian Social Democratic Perspective

Don Davies, Canadian Member of Parliament

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Freihandel: “Unsere Bedenken sind nicht theoretisch”. Ein Zwischenruf zu CETA aus Kanada

Die US-Kongresswahlen im Spotlight

Zusätzlich zu den Präsidentschaftswahlen alle vier Jahre werden in den USA alle zwei Jahre Kongresswahlen abgehalten. Wenn diese, so wie in diesem...

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