FES Publications USA and Canada

16.04.2021

Big Tech and the Cross-Border Monopoly Problem

David Moscrop asks whether American and European pressures and precedents encourage Canada to take a tougher line on anti-trust action against large…


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Germany’s super-election year is a wild card

Knut Dethlefsen writes in Social Europe : With the federal government now perceived as mishandling the pandemic and corruption tainting the CDU, the…


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11.03.2021

THE MULTILATERAL MOMENT

Democracies Need to Move Fast


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04.03.2021

Under Biden, Canada-U.S. Relations Will Look Familiar – With a Couple Twists

In late February, President Biden held his first foreign meeting; it was with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. But what does President Biden mean for…


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19.02.2021

Diplomatie statt Ignoranz | Die neue US-Außenpolitik unter Joe Biden

Die innen- und außenpolitische Agenda der neuen US-Regierung ist mehr als ambitioniert und sieht sich vor großen Hürden. Manche Vorhaben werden…


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28.01.2021

Deutschland, die USA und Nord Stream 2

Deutschland und die USA gehen sehr unterschiedlich an den Energiehandel von Russland mit Europa heran, wodurch Nord Stream 2, die inzwischen fast…


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26.01.2021

Die Coronakrise trifft die USA

Gespaltene Gesellschaft, angeschlagene Wirtschaft und Politik ohne Kompass


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21.01.2021

U.S. Elections 2020 - Social Europe Dossier

In co-operation with the Washington, DC office of the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Social Europe explored the 2020 United States elections, the potential…


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15.01.2021

Call for Participation - Constructing the New Social Compact: A Public Forum on Empowering the Post-Pandemic Working Class

The FES DC is proud to partner with the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor at Georgetown University to convene a major public…


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18.12.2020

The U.S., Germany, and Nord Stream 2

Germany and the United States differ in their approaches to Russia’s energy trade with Europe, giving rise to a potential stumbling block over Nord…


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Publications from the Digital Library

A great game no more

oil, gas and stability in the Caspian Sea region ; annex: Region of the future: the Caspian Sea, German interests and European politics in the Trans-Caucasian and Central Asian Republics
Washington,, 2000

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A debate on the growing income gap

trends and policy responses ; contributions to a seminar sponsored by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation and the National Policy Association on April 29, 1998, the National Press Club, Washington, D. C.
Bonn, 2000

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