Laboratories of Democracy Initiative 2022: Climate and Energy: Recommendations for the State Level and for Transatlantic Cooperation
The policy report and the recommendations of the German and U.S. state legislators of the second exchange round on climate and energy are available online now!
In their article Stormy-Annika Mildner and Claudia Schmucker give a dire geopolitical forecast for the new year, predicting that 2023 will see continued economic woes globally, heightened tensions around trade, and escalating geopolitical rivalries.
In an article for the Observer Research Foundation and Global Policy Journal, Stormy-Annika Mildner plots a path forward for the G20 under Indian leadership.
After the U.S. election Mildner, Wartenberg, Greeson, Lott, and Haas analyze in the 10 most important conclusions how the new majority conditions will influence the president’s and Congress’s ability to act and thus U.S. domestic and foreign policy, as well as what this means for Germany and the EU.
Our Podcast America’s Choice
“America’s Choice – Der USA-Podcast” is a German-language podcast on U.S. politics, co-produced by the Aspen Institute Germany and the Atlantik-Brücke. The podcast addresses political developments in the United States, the Biden administration‘s domestic and foreign policy priorities, and the implications for transatlantic relations. It is co-hosted by Dr. Stormy-Annika Mildner, Executive Director of the Aspen Germany, and Julia Friedlander, Executive Director of the Atlantik-Brücke. In each episode, they speak with select experts about the latest developments on the other side of the Atlantic. The podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and other platforms.
Media Literacy Podcast
In addition to our publication “Medienkompetenz meistern – Tipps von Schüler*innen für Schüler*innen”, the “Media Literacy Podcast – Medienkompetenz meistern” is the result of our transatlantic students project on media literacy and is hosted by our podcast producer Roberta Ahlers. The podcast was produced in cooperation with the experts and speakers of our transatlantic media literacy project and is dedicated to the topics of media literacy, information literacy and the competent handling of “fake news,” disinformation, conspiracy ideologies, hate speech and discrimination on the Internet and Social Media. In each episode, the host talks to selected experts about topics related to media literacy. Selected students from the Dathe-Gymnasium in Berlin, the Marie-Curie-Gymnasium in Dresden and the German International School of Silicon Valley also have their say. The podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and other relevant platforms. We would like to particularly thank the U.S. Embassy in Berlin for their kind support of the project.