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May 19

Chances for a New Adjustment of Transatlantic Cooperation – Preparing for the USA/EU-, NATO- and G8-Summits

Location: The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium

There is little doubt that the transatlantic relationship is in crisis. Diverging threat assessments, resulting in differing political answers in facing common crises, and economic disputes help generate the impression that the best days of the Atlantic Alliance are behind us. Yet for a country like Germany, there is no valid alternative to a flourishing transatlantic partnership; and there is probably none for the United States either. Thus it is in the best interest of both sides of the Atlantic to look ahead and to rearrange the relationship to suit the needs of the 21st century. The upcoming summits - USA/EU, NATO and G8 - can provide the chance for a new adjustment of transatlantic cooperation.

Please join us as we welcome the Honorable Michael Glos MdB, Leader of the CSU (Christian Social Union) in the German Parliament to examine this challenging topic.

More About the Speakers

The Hon. Michael Glos MdB
Leader of the CSU in the German Parliament

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