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The head of the Aspen Institute Kyiv in an interview about Russia’s use of disinformation in the war against Ukraine. She depicts the narratives Russia spreads and the means she and her team use to counter disinformation.
In this 49security article Dr. Stormy-Annika Mildner emphasizes the benefits of trade while highlighting the risks of overdependence on individual countries and suppliers in value chains.
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.
- Western Balkans Stakeholder Forum: “Green Agenda for the Western Balkans”
- On October 4-7, 2022, the Aspen Institute Germany in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of North Macedonia, is hosting a high-level conference on the topic “Green Agenda for the Western Balkans” in Skopje, North Macedonia. The aim of this conference is to offer a platform for high-level participants from the […]
- Oct 04, 2022
- State-to-State Dialogue: “State Leadership on Affordable Housing and Sustainable Urban Development”
- On October 5, 2022, the Aspen Institute Germany and the American Council on Germany will host the sixth discussion in our virtual event series State-to-State: German-American State Legislator Dialogue with German and American state legislators. While global challenges are addressed by national governments, increasingly subnational actors such as states, communities, and cities have needed to step up to take […]
- Oct 05, 2022
- Playing With Fire? Cryptocurrencies and Financial Market Stability
- On October 13th, 2022, Aspen Germany will host a Brown Bag Lunch on the topic “Playing With Fire? Cryptocurrencies and Financial Market Stability”. As of late, crypto assets, including cryptocurrencies, have been the subject of genuine hype. The market capitalization, for example, grew by 3.5 times at times last year. So far, financial markets, systemically […]
- Oct 13, 2022
Roundabout way to multilateralism: How could regional trade agreements (RTAS) and plurilaterals revitalise it?
This published policy brief from T20 Indonesia is written by the Task Force “Open Trade and Sustainable Investment”
In the latest In A Nutshell Emilie Schreier comments on Ukrainian-European relations and calls for an honest approach to EU enlargement.
In this Spot On, Abe Baker-Butler and Stormy-Annika Mildner examine what can be expected from the upcoming G7 summit in Elmau.
With Cecilie Rohwedder (Wall Street Journal) and Dr. Johannes Thimm (German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP).
With Sofia Dreisbach (FAZ) and Prof. Dr. Christian Lammert (John-F.-Kennedy-Institut).
With Dr. Sonja Thielges (Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) and Dr. Guntram Wolff (DGAP).
The Transatlantic Program facilitates an open, values-based dialogue on key challenges facing the transatlantic partnership.
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 Digital Program deals with the far-reaching social transformation processes of digitalization.
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 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 17 staff members.
In addition to the founding institute in the USA, the global Aspen network includes independent institutes in Central Europe (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia), France (Paris), Germany (Berlin), India (New Delhi), Italy (Rome), Japan (Tokyo), Mexico (Mexico City), New Zealand (Queenstown), Romania (Bucharest), Spain (Madrid), UK (London), and Ukraine (Kyiv).