Speaker Series |22 May, 14:00 | Jeff Rathke (American Institute for Contemporary German Studies AICGS, Washington, DC): Germany and the U.S. – Future Challenges to the Core of the Transatlantic Partnership
Where? Via Zoom Link, below
When? Monday, 22 May 2023 - 14:15-15:45
The ScienceCampus and Dr. Gerlinde Groitl look forward to welcoming you on Monday 22 May at 14:15 to 15:45 for the next public talk in the speaker series on transatlantic security issues "(In)Security: Europe and America in the Modern World".
In this talk, Jeff Rathke will discuss US-German relations and Future Challenges to the Core of the Transatlantic Partnership.
Jeffrey Rathke is the President of the American-German Institute at the Johns Hopkins University in Washington, DC. During his career, he has worked for the State Department, as well as serving as deputy chief of staff to the NATO Secretary General in Brussels. He also served in Berlin as minister-counselor for political affairs (2006–2009). He also served at U.S. Embassies in Dublin, Moscow, and Riga, which he helped open after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
You can find more details of the series here.