Call for Applications
GPPi is seeking 18 driven German and American young professionals to participate in the third round of the Transatlantic Digital Debates. They will address global challenges resulting from rapid technological change in society and foster long-term bonds as future transatlantic leaders.
This Twitter analysis of the AU-EU Summit offers an insight into public debates on social media, who took part in them, and how they changed. It shows that particular topics - notably youth, migration, slavery, and Western Sahara - dominated social media conversations that were driven by a predominantly European community.
Almost 500 people come to Munich every year for the security conference. Most are male, white, middle-aged, and from Europe or the United States. Are they the crowd that is likely to produce the ideas we need to save the world?
A joint report by GPPi and MERICS details China’s influencing efforts across three key arenas – political and economic elites, media and public opinion, and civil society and academia – and suggests a response strategy for Europe.