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Recommitting to Transatlantic Trade: A Conversation with the Congressional TTIP Caucus Co-Chairs January 22, 2015 / Washington, DC

On Wednesday, January 21, 2015, the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) hosted an on-the-record event with three of the four Co-Chairs of the Congressional TTIP Caucus: Congressman Bill Keating (D-MA), Congressman Richard Neal (D-MA), and Congressman Todd Young (R-IN).

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Aftermath of the Paris Attacks: Issues of Integration and Inclusion in Europe January 20, 2015

GMF fellow Adnan Kifayat discusses inclusion issues in Europe with Mustafa Akyol and Peter Mandaville following the Paris terrorist attacks.

U.S. and EU Objectives in the Med – Mediterranean Strategy Group, Naples, 2014 January 12, 2015

Nathalie Tocci, Brian Katulis, Michael Köhler, and Ellen Laipson outline U.S. and European objectives in the Mediterranean.

 

Beijing’s Bargain of a Decade October 01, 2012 / Minxin Pei
Wall Street Journal


The twin announcements coming out of Beijing last Friday may strike most as an incongruous pair. The first is the welcome news that the Politburo of the Communist Party has finally picked a start date, Nov. 8, for the 18th Party Congress, when it will complete a once-in-decade leadership transition. Second, the disgraced former Chongqing Party chief Bo Xilai was expelled from the Party and his case has been transferred to prosecutors. That Mr. Bo was charged with corruption shows how the Party's image is still tarnished, which may dampen the festivity of a historic occasion.

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