transatlantic relations


Zwei Herren in Anzügen stehen vor zwei Roll-Ups und schütteln sich die Hände.
Foto: GCMC/Winkler

Transatlantic start of the year in Berlin

Together with the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, the Federal Academy started the new year with an expert conference on transatlantic relations. Picture: GCMC/Winkler

360 degree view: Discussing NATO's Partnerships

NATO not only consists of 29 member nations but also maintains partnerships with 41 other states. How can these relations be adapted to the changed security environment? From 31 January to 2 February 2018, the Federal Academy hosted NATO's ACT Partnership 360 Symposium to provide both members and external partners broad space for discussion.


Eine Gruppe von Menschen steht auf dem Dach der US-Botschaft in Berlin; im Hintergrund ist der Deutsche Bundestag sowie davor die Quadriga auf dem Brandenburger Tor sichtbar.
Foto: Embassy of the United States, Berlin

Core Course visits US Embassy Berlin

The discussion at the US Embassy in Berlin focused on the transatlantic relations under the new US administration as well as the significance of NATO. Picture: Embassy of the United States, Berlin

"Not a Zero-Sum Game": General Petraeus on international order

In early March, the Federal Academy for Security Policy hosted a discussion event with General (ret.) David Petraeus in cooperation with the German Marshall Fund of the United States and Microsoft Berlin. Petraeus shared his views on the future of the liberal world order and US security policy under the Trump administration. Picture: German Marshall Fund of the United States


The picture shows the lettering "populism".
Picture: Justin Case/flickr/CC BY-NC 2.0

Working Paper: Donald Trump - "He was taken literally, but not seriously"

"He was taken literally, but not seriously" – Donald Trump’s electoral success has been recognised widely with astonishment and dismay. Dr. Gerlinde Groitl sheds light on the vote’s circumstances as well as possible perspectives.


Programmlogo „Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowships“ der Organisation „Humanity in Action“
Illustration: Humanity in Action

Field trip: Transatlantic Fellows

On June 9, 2015 an international group of emerging leaders visited the Federal Academy as part of a field trip in order to acquaint themselves with Germany’s novel orientation in foreign and security policy.
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