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Video Discussions

The spread of COVID-19 and the ensuing global lock-down as governments try to slow the spread of the corona virus has tested individuals and institutions around the world. Since March of 2020, the ACG has stepped up its digital programming by hosting webinars and video discussions which bring together policy makers and thought leaders from both sides of the Atlantic to discuss some of the key issues shaping transatlantic relations in an unprecedented time. In addition to organizing events on its own, the ACG has also partnered with other organizations such as 1014 and Atlantik-Brücke to launch new series designed to reach beyond the ACG community.

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The ACG regularly hosts a discussion with a journalist based in Germany on the topics making the headlines and shaping political discourse. On February 20, the ACG held a special edition of the Kaffeepause following the Munich Security Conference with the Political Editor of the Süddeutsche Zeitung, Stefan Kornelius.

On February 14, the ACG hosted a virtual discussion with Prof. Dr. Conrad Schetter, Director of the Bonn International Centre for Conflict Studies, about the election in Pakistan and how things might unfold.

The ACG regularly hosts a discussion with a journalist based in Germany on the topics making the headlines and shaping political discourse. On February 12, the ACG held a Kaffeepause with Stephan Detjen, Chief Correspondent for Deutschlandradio and Director of the Berlin Studio.

On February 6, the ACG hosted a follow-up discussion with Dr. Stefan Fröhlich, Professor of International Politics and Political Economy at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg.

The ACG regularly hosts a discussion with a journalist based in Germany on the topics making the headlines and shaping political discourse. On February 5, the ACG held a Kaffeepause with Malte Lehming, Opinion Writer for Tagesspiegel.

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