News from Bertelsmann Foundation

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Globalization Fears Weigh Heavily on European Voters

New survey examines what drives political attitudes in Europe today
Nov 30, 2016

Brexit Boosts EU Survey Results

Brexit has boosted the European Union’s standing with the public. Since the June referendum in which Britons voted against remaining in the EU, the union’s approval ratings have risen across much of Europe – including in Britain.
Nov 21, 2016

After Surprise Trump Win, Europeans Place Bets on Trans-Atlantic Ties

In the wake of the U.S. election results, the Bertelsmann Foundation hosted a trans-Atlantic conference call to gauge the European reaction to Donald Trump’s unexpected win and the prospects for trans-Atlantic relations.
Nov 10, 2016

Experts Discuss Role of Cities in Driving Jobs, Innovation in the 21st Century

The Bertelsmann Foundation, in partnership with the Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini (FGB), hosted a presentation and discussion on the role of cities in driving innovation and inclusive growth in the 21st century.
Oct 14, 2016

Washington Watches as Newpolitik Takes Off

The Bertelsmann Foundation’s latest publication, Newpolitik, launched in Washington on October 6. The compilation of nine essays aims to explain to American and European policymakers how and why decisions are made in Berlin.
Oct 7, 2016

Searching for a Spark: Rekindling the Trans-Atlantic Alliance

Sep 24, 2016

BFNA and Bosch Host a US Election Roundtable

The Bertelsmann Foundation and the Robert Bosch Stiftung co-hosted a roundtable discussion in Berlin on September 21, examining the impact of the 2016 U.S. presidential election campaign on American global credibility.
Sep 22, 2016

Trans-Atlantic Exchange Marks Another Successful Year

Sep 16, 2016

Sustainable Governance Ranking Shows US in the Middle

In a comparison of sustainable governance among over 40 countries, the United States ranks 26th in terms of future viability. A new Bertelsmann Stiftung study reveals that a number of challenges facing the 41 industrialized nations of the European Union and the OECD have dramatically intensified in the last two years.
Aug 18, 2016

Mega-trade Deals a Good Thing for Asia?

A new Bertelsmann Stiftung study, Asia’s Rise in the New World Trade Order, models the potential economic impact of major mega-trade deals on Asian countries. The model considered numerous scenarios, and the paper highlights the effects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership—two deals with the greatest consequences for Asia.
Jul 28, 2016