Presenting our Research at International Conferences

The Berlin Forum on Global Politics (BFoGP) will be presenting various academic research results at international conferences throughout March and April 2014. This is an exciting moment for us, since we will also be presenting our first jointly-written academic paper. During the last two months, the BFoGP researched and wrote a paper on the spatial implications of the Transatlantic Free Trade Agreement (TAFTA), more commonly known as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), currently being negotiated between the United States and the European Union. This paper is a result of our continued efforts at broadening the debate on the TAFTA | TTIP, now specifically within the international academic community.

Furthermore, besides the jointly-written paper, we will also be presenting the latest results of our individual PhD research projects.

Find detailed information on the dates and times of the panels at which we will present our papers here.

‘The Transatlantic Colossus’ [Available Online]

The Transatlantic Colossus: Global Contributions to Broaden the Debate on the EU-US Free Trade Agreement‘ (2014)
Cover - The Transatlantic ColossusA publication of the Berlin Forum on Global Politics in collaboration with the Internet & Society Collaboratory and of the Bertelsmann Stiftung on the global implications of the TAFTA | TTIP.

Official Website Launched

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The Berlin Forum on Global Politics (BFoGP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of academic, expert, and public understanding of global politics. The BFoGP addresses and contributes to the debate on subjects related to global politics in an innovative and critical manner.

By engaging with organizations, groups, and individuals from different sectors of society, the economy, academia, and government, the BFoGP aims to establish fluid networking interfaces as well as create and share novel open knowledge through collaborative publications, public events and conferences, research initiatives, and workshops.