Four transatlantic policy experts discuss the European–American partnership in light of the 2020 US elections.
Political scientist Lynn Vavreck discusses the 2020 presidential race and its policy implications in light of the global pandemic.
Judge Jeffrey S. Sutton is looking at the ways in which state constitutional law has affected both state and federal law.
Philip H. Gordon discusses the history of US intervention in the Middle East and what may lie ahead for American policy in the region, whether under a Republican or Democratic president.
Ambassador William J. Burns discusses American diplomacy in a post-pandemic environment.
David Brady outlines the forces determining Trump’s chances in the upcoming presidential election.
Susan Glasser discusses the upcoming US presidential election and what it means for American international leadership.
The American Academy in Berlin is proud to present its fall 2020 class of fellows.
On this episode of Beyond the Lecture: novelist Paul LaFarge’s fictive play “Ninth Beast.”
A presentation by Liliane Weissberg on three postcards from Walter Benjamin's collection.