Recent publications by Parke Nicholson, Bosch XXVII

Parke Nicholson (XXVII)

Parke Nicholson is the Senior Research Associate at the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies. He oversees the research programs, grant writing, and currently works on U.S. and German foreign policy, transatlantic relations, EU-Asia relations, and workforce education. Previously, he worked at the Center for the National Interest and the Council on Foreign Relations. In 2008, he served on the foreign policy staff at Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign headquarters. He has also worked abroad in Austria and Germany: in 2005 through the Fulbright Program in Klagenfurt and in 2010-2011 as a Robert Bosch Foundation Fellow working in the German Foreign Office for the Coordinator of Transatlantic Cooperation and for Daimler AG’s Political Intelligence unit in Stuttgart.

Parke has recently published in Foreign Affairs, The National Interest, and The Baltimore Sun. He received his MA in International Relations from The Elliott School of International Affairs at The George Washington University and a BA in History and Violin Performance at The College of Wooster in Ohio. He last performed as concertmaster of the Orchesterverein Stuttgart during his Bosch fellowship and is a founding member of Classical Revolution DC.

“The Myth of a Mighty Germany,” Foreign Affairs (June 1, 2015)

“Getting over the NSA,” Baltimore Sun (November 21, 2014)

“Germany’s Unwanted Man” (Movie Review of A Most Wanted Man), AICGS (August 20, 2014)