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The ACG’s Boston Warburg Chapter works closely with organizations such as the Goethe Insitut-Boston, Harvard University’s Center for European Studies, Harvard’s Weatherhead Center, the Boston Committee on Foreign Relations, Boston University’s Center for the Study of Europe, WorldBoston, the German American Business Council, and the German Consulate in Boston.

In 2017, speakers included Dr. Thomas Seidel, First Secretary, Political Affairs, Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations; Ambassador Dr. Klaus Scharioth, former State Secretary at the German Foreign Office and German Ambassador to Washington, D.C; Prof. Kaija Schilde, Professor of International Relations at the Center for the Study of Europa at Boston University; Dr. Benjamin Braun, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Dr. Eva Marlene Hausteiner, Postdoctoral Lecturer and Researcher in Political Theory at the University of Bonn; Dr. Hanna Lierse, Postdoctoral Fellow at Jacobs University Bremen; Eva Schliephake, Assistant Professor at Institute for Financial Economics and Statistics at the University of Bonn; Dr. Thomas Weber, Professor of History and International Affairs and Director of the Center for Global Security and Governance at the University of Aberdeen; by Dr. Alexander Görlach, Founder of The European and Senior Advisor at the Berggruen Institute; Erik Kirschbaum, Author and Journalist; Anja Wehler-Schoeck, Resident Director of Jordan and Iraq at the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Amman, Jordan; Cornelius Adebahr, non-resident fellow at Carnegie Europe; Prof. Dr. Norbert Frei, Director of the Center for 20th Century History at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität in Jena; Ambassador Thomas Mattusek, former Senior German Diplomat; Klaus Dieter Frankenberger, Foreign Editor of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung; with  Dr. Jana Puglierin, German Council on Foreign Relations(DGAP) Head of Program at Alfred von Oppenheim Center for European Policy Studies; and Dr. Sebastian Voigt, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institute for Contemporary History Munich—Berlin. Speakers discussed key issues in transatlantic relations like foreign and security policy, climate change, and Germany’s leadership role in the EU.