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The German Marshall Fund of the United States

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Germany hosted GMF’s first European office. Its mission is to serve as a key forum in Germany’s capital for the promotion of transatlantic cooperation. Its activities include hosting events and speakers; hosting in-house transatlantic fellows who conduct research, write, and speak on important transatlantic issues; convening conferences and seminars; and coordinating signature GMF programs like the Marshall Memorial Fellowship.

GMF Berlin also serves as the base for GMF’s Migration & Society Program. At a time when the transatlantic agenda is broadening and the United States seeks to partner with a strong Europe on global issues, GMF’s Berlin office connects policymakers, media, and the think tank and business communities into the transatlantic and European networks and policy debates. The issues it works on include immigration and integration, homeland security, foreign and security policy, EU integration and enlargement, economic policy, energy security, the Balkans, the Black Sea region, China, and Russia.

GMF’s original Germany office was located in Bonn from 1972 until 1989. After the Berlin Wall fell, GMF became the first U.S. organization to move its office into the former East Berlin. Since its inception, GMF has given individual travel and research grants to more than 2000 Germans. The Berlin office works closely with GMF headquarters in Washington, DC, as well as GMF’s other European offices.


The Employer Perspective: The Role of the Private Sector in the U.S. Immigration Debate
Tamar Jacoby
May 19, 2014
The paper outlines the changes to labor migration proposed by the 2013 Senate immigration bill and discusses possible winners and losers if a bill alo
Triple-Win Migration: Challenges and Opportunities
Steffen Angenendt
May 19, 2014
This paper assesses idea that it is possible to design and implement migration programs that are mutually beneficial for migrants, sending countries,
Building a Stronger Future for NATO – The Voice of NextGen Leaders
September 18, 2014
On September 18, the Young Transatlantic Network (YTN) and the U.S. Mission to NATO collaborated on a roundtable discussion with Ambassador Douglas E.
The Euroatlantic Integration of Ukraine
September 12, 2014
On September 12, GMF’s Berlin office hosted Eugene Czolij, president of the Ukrainian World Congress, for a roundtable discussion on the future of U
Berlin Stories: Security Threats A Common Transatlantic Concern, CDU’s Karl-Georg Wellmann Says
Sudha David-Wilp, September 18, 2013
In the final part of our series interviewing representatives from the five major political parties, Sudha David-Wilp of the German Marshall Fund speaks with Karl-Georg Wellmann, Deputy Spokesman on Foreign Affairs for the CDU, about transatlantic rel
Berlin Stories: Interest In America Strengthens Transatlantic Ties, Says CDU’s Johanna Wanka
Sudha David-Wilp, September 16, 2013
In the fifth part of our series interviewing representatives from the five major political parties, Sudha David-Wilp of the German Marshall Fund spoke to Johanna Wanka, Education Minister and CDU member, about transatlantic relations in the run-up to