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EU Trade and Investment in Mexico: Facts and Figures

Jul 15, 2015
When discussing Mexico’s international trade relations, the focus is often on the country’s deep economic entanglement with its northern neighbor. Indeed, the United States constitutes Mexico’s largest import and export partner, and the interdependence of the two markets is extensive. Nonetheless, it is often overlooked that Mexico also enjoys important trade relations with the European Union and its individual member states.
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Will the U.S. Act on IMF Reforms?

May 19, 2015
Former IMF executive and current Wilson Center Public Policy Fellow Meg Lundsager discusses the status of proposed IMF reforms with Wilson Center NOW host, John Milewski.

Don't Doubt the Ceasefire

Feb 22, 2015
"Even if the second Minsk agreement falls through­—and it likely will sometime this year—it stands a good chance of ending the fighting in Ukraine. Those who doubt that, because of how abruptly the first one collapsed, misinterpret the contexts in which the two agreements were made," writes Michael Kofman.

Bosnia: A new opportunity for getting closer to the EU?

Dec 05, 2014
Swiss Scholar Adis Merdzanovic’s opinion piece “Bosnia: A new opportunity for getting closer to the EU?” was recently published by EU Observer. The article discusses recent developments in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Berlin 1989: Revisiting the Fall of the Wall

Nov 04, 2014
With the benefit of 25 years of hindsight, Duke University Professor Bruce Jentleson, looks back on the fall of the wall and its meaning then and now. He and NOW host John Milewski also discuss their firsthand experience in Berlin as part of a project that resulted in a televised town meeting between east and west Berlin residents that was seen nationally on C-SPAN.

Broaden the German-U.S. Dialogue About Snooping

Nov 21, 2013
Trust needs to be rebuilt between the United States and Germany, writes Jane Harman and Volker Perthes. As allies and democracies, the U.S. and Germany can do this, with some imagination and effort, and the relationship can be improved as a result. Here's how.

Do Friends Spy on Friends? What We Have Learned From the “Summer of Snowden”

Nov 20, 2013
In this Context interview, Georg Mascolo, former Editor-in-Chief of the German news weekly Der Spiegel, summarized what we have learned from the "Summer of Snowden."

Lessons from the Summer of Snowden

Oct 22, 2013
“Lessons from the Summer of Snowden: The Hard Road Back to Trust,” a joint policy paper by former Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar Georg Mascolo, and Ben Scott, Senior Advisor at the New America Foundation, discusses the necessity of a political solution that resolves US and European disputes over NSA surveillance programs.

Why Promoting Tolerance and Inclusion in Europe is in the U.S. Interest

Aug 05, 2013
“Why Promoting Tolerance and Inclusion in Europe is in the U.S. Interest,” a Wilson Center policy brief by former Public Policy Scholar Spencer P. Boyer, demonstrates the relevance of diversity politics in Europe and its importance to the transatlantic relationship.

Current Immigration and Integration Debates in Germany and the United States: What We Can Learn from Each Other

Aug 05, 2013
Former Public Policy Scholar Spencer P. Boyer compares immigration and integration debates in Germany and the United States in a policy paper co-authored with Victoria Pardini.

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