FES Publications USA and Canada

08.11.2022 | Blog-iE, Publication, News

The 2022 midterms are the first elections to take place after the pandemic and the attempt by former president Donald Trump to overturn his loss in…


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04.11.2022 | Blog-aD, Publication, News

Die Midterms 2022 sind die ersten US-Wahlen nach der Pandemie und zugleich die ersten nach dem Versuch des ehemaligen Präsidenten Donald Trump seine…


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12.10.2022 | Blog-iE, Security

From September 19 to 25 FES Washington welcomed Board Members of the JUSOS to discuss the Midterms, Russia's War in Ukraine, and the Zeitenwende...


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Speech by SPD Co-Chair Lars Klingbeil


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Find the full report and key findings here


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08.04.2022 | Publication, Security, Energy

What are the prospects of a reinvented transatlantic partnership between the US and Germany?


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08.04.2022 | Blog-iE, Canada

Dr. Nils Schmid, MdB visits Ottawa for the 2022 Broadbent Progress Summit


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The 2022 edition of the FES survey gauges public opinion in 14 states from across the OSCE region.


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| Publication, Canada

Bei den Trucker-Protesten in Kanada geht es nicht um Corona-Maßnahmen, sondern um einen rechten Aufstand.


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The protests were never about truckers, vaccine mandates, or Covid restrictions. Instead, they exposed the threat of home-grown right-wing extremism


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Bucking the trend?

Hill-Davis, Kodiak

Bucking the trend?

An analysis of the 2022 midterm elections
WashingtonDC, 2022

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Gegen den Trend?

Hill-Davis, Kodiak

Gegen den Trend?

Eine Analyse der US-Zwischenwahlen 2022
WashingtonDC, 2022

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Restoration or reinvention?

Klüver, Leonie

Restoration or reinvention?

The transatlantic relationship under President Biden and Chancellor Scholz
WashingtonDC, 2022

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Not against China, but for democracy

Schmid, Nils

Not against China, but for democracy

A transatlantic approach
WashingtonDC, 2021

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Just transition in the U.S.

Tasini, Jonathan

Just transition in the U.S.

A harsh mirage absent a fundamental revolution
WashingtonDC, 2021

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The multilateral moment

Lamond, James; Bergmann, Max

The multilateral moment

Democracies need to move fast
WashingtonDC, 2021

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Diplomatie statt Ignoranz

Czogalla, Michael

Diplomatie statt Ignoranz

Die neue US-Außenpolitik unter Joe Biden
Berlin, 2021

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Die 9/11-Ära ist jetzt Geschichte

Bergmann, Max; Lamond, James

Die 9/11-Ära ist jetzt Geschichte

Die Zukunft der US-amerikanischen Außenpolitik
WashingtonDC, 2021

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Deutschland, die USA und Nord Stream 2

Rojansky, Matthew

Deutschland, die USA und Nord Stream 2

WashingtonDC, 2021

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Die Coronakrise trifft die USA

Dethlefsen, Knut

Die Coronakrise trifft die USA

Gespaltene Gesellschaft, angeschlagene Wirtschaft und Politik ohne Kompass
Berlin, 2021

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