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    Three Questions with Jonathan Katz
    Feb14

    Three Questions with Jonathan Katz

    Jonathan Katz joined GMF as a senior resident fellow on February 1, 2017. His career has spanned development, defense, and diplomacy, most recently as the deputy assistant administrator in the Europe and Eurasia Bureau at the U.S. Agency for International Development and as a senior advisor at the U.S. State Department. GMF is excited that you...

    Berlin’s New Pragmatism in an Era of Radical Uncertainty
    Jan31

    Berlin’s New Pragmatism in an Era of Radical Uncertainty

    Photo credit: elxeneize / Shutterstock, Inc. Abstract: Germany has emerged as the EU’s central economic and political power in today’s crisis-ridden Europe. The U.K., after the Brexit vote, has probably dropped out of global crisis management for quite a while and the United States, under President Barack Obama, already significantly...

    Leadership in Partnership: Berlin’s New Pragmatism in an Era of Radical Uncertainty
    Jan26

    Leadership in Partnership: Berlin’s New Pragmatism in an Era of Radical Uncertainty

    Abstract: Germany has emerged as the EU’s central economic and political power in today’s crisis-ridden Europe. The U.K., after the Brexit vote, has probably dropped out of global crisis management for quite a while and the United States, under President Barack Obama, already significantly retrenched from global commitments. Thus the...

    What to Watch Out For, Mr. President
    Jan25

    What to Watch Out For, Mr. President

    17 tips for the new Trump administration, from heavy hitters on Obama’s national security team. By Foreign Policy’s Shadow Government Contributors In their first post marking the relaunch of Shadow Government as a blog by foreign-policy officials who served under President Barack Obama, co-editors Derek Chollet, Colin Kahl, and Julie...

    NATO-Russia Relations in 2017: Hostage of a Post-Truth World?
    Jan20

    NATO-Russia Relations in 2017: Hostage of a Post-Truth World?

    Editor’s Note: Dominik P. Jankowski is head of OSCE and Eastern Security Unit at the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He was Marshall Memorial Fellow with the German Marshall Fund of the United States in 2012. Post-truth became a fundamental element in shaping international relations in 2016. There is no doubt that Russia actively helped...

    The Difficult but Necessary Task of Supporting Democrats in Russia
    Jan17

    The Difficult but Necessary Task of Supporting Democrats in Russia

    Photo credit: Bogomolov.PL Events in Russia in 2016 suggested that there is no prospect of political change in the country for the foreseeable future, and especially not in the run-up to the next presidential election in 2018. The regime appears to be more secure than ever and President Vladimir Putin dominates political life. United Russia and...

    The Difficult but Necessary Task of Promoting Democracy in Russia
    Jan13

    The Difficult but Necessary Task of Promoting Democracy in Russia

    Photo credit: Bogomolov.PL Events in Russia in 2016 suggested that there is no prospect of political change in the country for the foreseeable future, and especially not in the run-up to the next presidential election in 2018. The regime appears to be more secure than ever and President Vladimir Putin dominates political life. United Russia and...

    One-Step Marathon
    Jan12

    One-Step Marathon

    Editor’s Note: This blog is part of an ongoing series of contributions from participants in The German Marshall Fund’s flagship leadership and development program, The Marshall Memorial Fellowship (MMF). “There can be no doubt that all our knowledge begins with experience” I. Kant I have just accomplished my trip to the United States...

    Border Security in Eastern Europe: Lessons for NATO and Partners
    Jan12

    Border Security in Eastern Europe: Lessons for NATO and Partners

    Introduction The geopolitical dynamics in Europe are changing. Countries such as Georgia, Ukraine, and Moldova have undergone significant transformation processes since the collapse of the Soviet Union. However, history’s aftermath continues to influence these states. The relatively young borders in Eastern Europe have been the stage of...

    Don’t Bet on Enduring Republican Reset With Russia
    Jan10

    Don’t Bet on Enduring Republican Reset With Russia

    WASHNGTON, DC: Donald Trump won’t be the first American president to “reset” relations with Russia following an assault on Western interests and values. In March 2009 President Barack Obama launched his own version of a reset – only seven months after Russia’s brazen invasion of Georgia, an ally of the United States that had been on...

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