Robert Bosch Senior Fellow at The Brookings Institution
International Politics and Global Issues

Robert Bosch Senior Fellow at The Brookings Institution

With the goal of increasing understanding of Germany’s politics and society in the United States, the Robert Bosch Stiftung and American think tank The Brookings Institution have placed a new focus on Germany at The Brookings Institution.

The partners decided that the first step in a long-term partnership would be to establish a Robert Bosch Senior Fellowship at The Brookings Institution. The Robert Bosch Senior Fellow explores Germany’s role in Europe and its influence on European politics and business.

Through publications and at events, the Fellow gives American decision makers and the general public a better understanding of economic, social, and domestic policy trends in Germany and Europe as well as German views on the relationship between the two countries - this is an urgent task, as shown by the current debate regarding transatlantic relations.
 

First Senior Fellow Dr. Constanze Stelzenmüller

Im November 2014 lawyer and political commentator Dr. Constanze Stelzenmüller has assumed her post as Robert Bosch Senior Fellow. Her focus areas are: transatlantic relations, German foreign policy, NATO, the EU’s foreign, security and defense policies, international law, and human rights.

Until she took on her position as Robert Bosch Senior Fellow, Dr. Stelzenmüller has been a Senior Transatlantic Fellow of The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF). In this function, among other things, she headed the Transatlantic Trends program, an annual study on public opinion in the US and Europe.