Michael Werz y Winny Chen discuten cómo los Estados Unidos y México pueden trabajar juntos de cara a desafíos comunes como la inmigración, redes criminales, y cambio climático.
Michael Werz and Winny Chen discuss how the United States and Mexico can work together on common challenges such as migration, criminal networks, and climate change.
Recent moves by the Turkish government and its people signal new developments in the country’s internal political dynamics and its external relations, write Michael Werz and Sarah Jacobs.
Report Report from Michael Werz explores Turkey's emergence in the eastern Mediterranean and its implications in U.S. foreign policy.
Immigrants created our nation and will power us forward in the 21st century. So why do some conservatives want to deny birthright citizenship to first-generation Americans?
Senior Fellow Michael Werz analyzes recent developments in U.S.-Turkish relations.
Michael Werz spoke on multiculturalism at the House of World Cultures on June 3, 2009. He focused on how the United States and Europe's cultures differ but Europe can still learn from the United States.
The Pentagon’s QDR was a critical step toward comprehensive approaches to climate change, but we should see more of this action in the future, write Michael Werz and Kari Manlove.
On Austrian national television Michael Werz talks about the recent Massachusetts election and how it will affect health care reform, as well as the U.S. economic situation.
Michael Werz at the Center for American Progress in Washington argues that Barack Obama has shouldered a great burden at the Copenhagen Climate Summit and his negotiating skills were crucial to save the agreement. With regard to domestic policies like health reform and climate legislation Obama's position has been strengthened and it looks as if the White House will be successful in achieving its major legislative goals.
In this clip from Voz de America's El Mundo al Día, Senior Fellow Michael Werz talks to host Gonzalo Abarca about Barack Obama's strategy in Afghanistan in light of his decision to increase troop levels by 30,000. Werz argues that Obama's decision to increase troop levels was made carefully and with the full consideration of our allies. Werz also reaffirms CAP's position that the war must be financed by redirecting funding from next year's defense budget and not be financed by adding to the deficit. Finally, Werz emphasizes the strategic importance of cooperating with Pakistan.
This podcast reviews the first anniversary of Obama’s election and discusses his achievements and the challenges he faces in the next year. Werz argues Obama was as successful as one can possibly be given the unique problems that he did face when he took office and that the stabilization of the financial crisis was his first achievement in a time where he had to tackle several domestic and international crises simultaneously.
The event “Yes, We Can?” took place on October 13 in Hamburg, Germany at the Koerber Forum. Michael Werz, a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, spoke about the first year of the new administration and the meaning of Barack Obama’s multiethnic background. Other participants in the event, moderated by U.S. journalist Melinda Crane, were Karsten Voigt, coordinator of U.S.-German relations in the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin, and Hamburg-based writer Lu Yen Roloff.
Michael Werz tells Today's Zaman that if Turkish society continues on its path of democratic reform and vigorous public debate about its future, it will play an important role in the region where it has a lot of interests in common with the United States.