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German Marshall Fund: American Philanthropic Foundations: Emerging Actors of Globalization and Pillars of the Transatlantic Dialog

Authors: Benoit Chervalier, and Joseph Zimet
January 1, 2006

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This policy paper discusses the relationship between U.S. philanthropic institutions and the evolving transatlantic alliance.

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