US – German Next Generation Project

"New Voices for a Stronger US-German Relationship"

Please join the Atlantic Council for a cocktail reception to welcome the newly selected US-German Next Generation Fellows.

The Atlantic Council’s Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security launched the US-German Next Generation Project in February in order to strengthen the US-German relationship.  With the Next Generation Project, the Scowcroft Center is giving a voice to a “next generation” of Americans and Germans between the ages of twenty-five and thirty-five. The goal of the project is to formulate a strategy and foster a debate on how to strengthen the US-German relationship. 

The Next Generation Project has three components: 1) an online discussion forum (the “Network”); 2) a set of twelve talented men and women – six Germans and six Americans — based in the Washington, DC area who were ten-years-old or younger when the Berlin Wall fell (the “Fellows”); and 3) a report that the Fellows will prepare by June under Atlantic Council oversight drawing on ideas from the Network.  The working title is: Building a Common Future:  A Next Generation Strategy for the US-German Relationship.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The Atlantic Council
1030 15th Street, NW, 12th Floor,
Washington, DC 20005

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