All eyes are on Germany. After 16 years as Chancellor, Angela Merkel is stepping away from the political spotlight. The September 26 election is critical for Germany – and for the European Union.
According to the latest polls, no party will win an outright majority in the Bundestag, and a coalition government of as many as three parties is likely.
Join us for a conversation with ACG Young Leader alumna Dr. Constanze Stelzenmüller, one of the top analysts of Germany and German-American relations, about the election results, the negotiations to form a coalition government, and what all of this will mean for Germany, Europe, and the transatlantic partnership.
This event is hosted by the World Affairs Council of Atlanta.