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The transatlantic partnership is increasingly being called into question by nationalist and divisive forces in both American and European politics and society. New impulses and analyses are needed to reinforce transatlantic cooperation. This is the main objective of the "Brookings - Robert Bosch Foundation Transatlantic Initiative". Brookings' president Strobe Talbott explains, why the initiative could not be more timely.

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The Future of Refugee Policy

The Expert Council of German Foundations on Integration and Migration (SVR) presented its Annual Report 2017. The report shows new approaches for the integration of refugees into the labor market and society and outlines proposals for further development of EU refugee policy.
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Elections in France - the End of the EU as We Know It?

"The EU has been too often described as part of the problem, but it is part of the solution." The French journalist Natalie Nougayrède is Fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy and an observer of international politics. In the interview she talks about the consequences of the breakthrough, the influence of Fake News, and why the election in France is decisive for the EU.
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Chasing Sunshine

How can cities become more sustainable? As part of the Baladiya program, urban developers from North Africa are looking for answers to that question. They visited Germany’s first solar settlement in Freiburg. But renewable energy is merely one aspect of sustainable urban development - at least according to Hafsa Bakri from Morocco, who is thinking even further.
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How Young Muslims in Germany Are Getting Involved

Whether playfully, critically, or ending a fast through fair trade - Muslims in Germany want to help make a change and offer a positive example of Islam. The Robert Bosch Stiftung is funding this commitment through the Yallah! program. Along the way, the young people encounter not only the classic prejudices, but also - and above all - plenty of curiosity.