Discussion The Day After: German Perspectives on the U.S. Election

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Which consequences do the US elections have for the US-European relationship? Today, at 6.30 pm CET, the Goethe-Institut Washington is broadcasting a livestream of the discussion "The Day After: German Perspectives on the US Election".

The 2016 US presidential election is considered one of the country’s most controversial and widely-debated around the world. Europeans closely followed the developments with skepticism as they asked what the result of the elections would mean for them.

A day after the elections, Dieter Dettke, Adjunct Graduate Professor at Georgetown University, veteran German journalist Klaus Jürgen Haller, and a group of election observers from Germany will talk with John Feffer, Co-director of Foreign Policy in Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies, Washington DC, about the possible impacts the results of this election could have on the US-European relationship. What does it mean to security politics? How could things change politically?

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