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The German Marshall Fund of the United States
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The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) strengthens transatlantic cooperation on regional, national, and global challenges and opportunities in the spirit of the Marshall Plan.
Alliance for Securing Democracy
GMF provides effective ways forward to solving today’s transatlantic policy issues.
GMF programs offer rising leaders dynamic opportunities to hone their leadership skills.
GMF supports civil society by fostering democratic initiatives, rule of law, and regional cooperation.
GMF publications examine the challenges facing the transatlantic region today and offer policy recommendations to address these challenges.
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GMF brings together hundreds of policymakers, elected officials, academics, and business leaders from around the world to discuss topics from energy to migration, economics to security, urban growth to diplomacy.
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GMF is committed to bringing the policy community together around transatlantic topics. Learn about events in its offices and other locations around the world.
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Serbia Votes to Continue Its EU Integration Path
Apr 25, 2016 | By
EU Opens Accession Talks with Serbia: And the Enlargement Goes On
Dec 16, 2015 | By
Merkel’s Year of Crisis Leadership
Dec 10, 2015 | By
Montenegro to Walk Through NATO’s Open Door: Can More of the Balkans Follow?
Dec 3, 2015 | By
After Paris: Western Unity Ever More Difficult, Ever More Essential
Nov 16, 2015 | By
The Refugee Crisis: Perspectives from Across Europe and the Atlantic
Sep 11, 2015 | By
Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer
Europe’s Soft-Power Pull is Still Working, if Unevenly, in the Western Balkans
Sep 3, 2015 | By
Insecurity in Greece Poses Risk to the Balkans
Jul 13, 2015 | By
All the Balkan countries are still vulnerable, and a crisis in Greece would endanger their progress.