FES Publications USA and Canada

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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18.12.2020

A Green Deal for American Workers?

Much like its Great Depression counterpart, a Green New Deal's success will depend on coalition building and compromise between both parties.


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16.12.2020

Biden's Domestic Agenda : What can America Expect?

What will the domestic policy agenda of the new U.S. administration look like? Highlights of our full-length event "Biden's Domestic Agenda Priorities…


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03.12.2020

The Biden victory and the future of the center-left

Postwar global progress has hinged on a transatlantic alliance of progressive parties. The election in the United States potentially opens a new…


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A news services on current political, economic and cultural developments provided by the Washington Office of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. Its target readership are German public officials, professionals, journalists, as well as researchers. FES Perspectives are mostly published in German and written by varying American and German experts.

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Greven, Thomas

Die Krise der amerikanischen Demokratie und die Tea-Party-Bewegung

Berlin;Bonn, 2011

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Die BlueGreen Alliance

neue gemeinsame Strategien von Gewerkschaften und Umweltorganisationen zur Bekämpfung des Klimawandels und der Wirtschaftskrise
Berlin;Bonn, 2011

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The bluegreen alliance

new labor-environment strategies to address climate change and the economic crisis
Berlin;Bonn, 2011

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Meier, Michael

The Turkish election

results and next steps
WashingtonDC;Bonn, 2011

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Cooper, James; Lopez, Yvette

Vom heißen Eisen zur Reform

die aktuelle Immigrationsdebatte in den Vereinigten Staaten
Berlin;Bonn, 2011

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Cooper, James; Lopez, Yvette

The third rail of U.S. politics

the current immigration debate in the United States
Berlin;Bonn, 2011

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Glenn, John K.

Die Umsetzung von "smart power" in Zeiten der ökonomischen Krise

Berlin;Bonn, 2011

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Glenn, John K.

Implementing "smart power" amid economic crisis

Berlin;Bonn, 2011

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Annen, Niels

Nach der Wahl ist vor der Wahl

die neuen Mehrheitsverhältnisse im US-Kongress und was sie mit Blick auf 2012 bedeuten
Berlin;Bonn, 2011

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Mehling, Michael

From "Brokenhagen" to "Cancún can!"

the Cancún climate summit and its significance for transatlantic relations
Berlin;Bonn, 2010

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