Large numbers of working-age people from central and eastern Europe are working elsewhere in Europe, and this brain drain is becoming a bigger issue in their home countries, writes BGA analyst Noah Gordon. Read the full article in Berlin Policy Journal
When it comes to refugee and migration policy, the European Union has a knack for inventing pseudo-English terms. Itʼs highly unlikely that doublespeak will provide a breakthrough. Click here to read the full article in Berlin Policy Journal’s November/December 2018 issue.
Leading global strategist and BGA Senior Advisor Parag Khanna gave a presentation entitled “1989: Fall of the Wall – Birth of the Internet” hosted by Triad at the Brandenburg Gate Museum. The graphically rich presentation focused on global trends in infrastructure of transportation, energy, and communication. According to Khanna, in the last quarter century, the world has …