Selection Committee for the German Chancellor Fellowship
Selection committee for the Chancellor Fellowship for future leaders from the United States of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation finalizes 2023 selection.
Stormy Mildner in Japan
From April 27-28, 2023 our director Stormy Mildner participated at the “Think7 Japan Summit”. The Think7 is the official engagement group of the G7 with the think tank community.
In mid-April 2023, Goethe University Frankfurt, together with Aspen Institute Germany as a partner, concluded the project series “Rethinking Multilateralism” with a closing event at the SWP.
At the Aspen Institute Germany we want to promote value-based leadership, constructive dialogue, and international cooperation to tackle today‘s most pressing global challenges: geopolitical and geoeconomic conflicts, climate change, the health crisis, cyber risks, digitalization.
- Informal Meeting of Ukrainian and German Stakeholders
- The Aspen Institute Kyiv and its partners, the Ambassador of Ukraine to Germany and the Aspen Institute Germany are honored to host the panel discussion “The architecture of values and security for up-coming Euro-Atlantic Area” and an informal meeting of Ukrainian and German stakeholders on June 10th, 2023. The overall goal of the event is […]
- Jun 10, 2023
- Future Cities – A Transatlantic Townhall Project: Online Scenario Workshop 4
- The transatlantic cooperation project “Future Cities – A Transatlantic Townhall Project” raises awareness for the complexity of the city of tomorrow among a wide range of stakeholders in society and provides new impetus for the development of future scenarios. On June 14, 2023, the participating socially and urban relevant stakeholders from Berlin, Atlanta and Los […]
- Jun 14, 2023
- Future of Food and Farming: Klima Wandelt Landwirtschaft – Herausforderung und Chance
- How can agriculture adapt to changing conditions, while also protecting the climate itself? How can we create sustainable, future-proof food systems? We will be discussing these questions on June 21st, 2023, at the 8th edition of the discussion series “The Future of Food and Farming”. Under the title “Klima wandelt Landwirtschaft – Herausforderung und Chance” […]
- Jun 21, 2023
Spot On: EU and German Responses to Disinformation
A new “Spot On” policy brief on disinformation and the threat it poses to democracies against the backdrop of new technologies is now available online!
Der Handlungsdruck wächst
The publication “Der Handlungsdruck wächst” is now online!
Conference Report: German-American Trade and Tech Conference 2023
The Aspen Institute Germany is proud to announce that the conference report of the German-American Trade and Tech Conference 2023 is now available online.
Episode 49: After the G7-Summit: Where to go from here
With Ulrike Franke, Senior Policy Fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) in Paris, and Roland Nelles, Chief Correspondent and Bureau Chief of the news magazine Der Spiegel in Washington, D.C.
Episode 48: Markets between inflation and bank failures
With Stefan Eich, Assistant Professor of Government at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., and currently Richard B. Fisher Member in the School of Social Science at the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) in Princeton, New Jersey.
Episode 47: U.S. Southern Border Crisis and No End in Sight?
With Bastian Brauns, U.S. correspondent for t-online in Washington, D.C., and Johanna Roth, U.S. correspondent for ZEIT Online in Washington, D.C.
The Digital Program deals with the far-reaching social transformation processes of digitalization.
The Europe programs focuses on the future of Europe with a particular focus on the Western Balkans, EU enlargement, and questions of strategic autonomy.
The Aspen Leadership Program facilitates exchange between people in leadership positions to foster values-based leadership.
The Public Program provides a forum for open and constructive dialog between decision-makers and a broader audience on a wide range of current global challenges.
The Transatlantic Program facilitates an open, values-based dialogue on key challenges facing the transatlantic partnership.
The Aspen Institute Germany is an independent, non-partisan organization committed to promoting values-based leadership and open discourse on society, policy and global challenges.
The Aspen Institute Germany promotes values-based leadership, constructive dialog among conflicting parties, and Euro-Atlantic cooperation to support and enhance a strong open society.
The Aspen Institute Germany was founded in 1974 by Shepard Stone as the first Aspen Institute outside the United States. Founded in the midst of the Cold War, it promoted U.S.-German dialog with the Eastern Bloc.
Director Dr. Stormy-Annika Mildner has led the Aspen team since January 2021. Our Transatlantic, Digital, Public and Europe Programs are being supported by a team of currently 21 staff members.
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