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Charlotte: Social Disruption: How to Confront the Fraying Social Fabric and Social Inequality in Germany and the U.S.

The American Council on Germany and the ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius will host a discussion and reception on how the United States and Germany are confronting the fraying of the fabric of society and tackling social inequality with Dr. Deborah and James Fallows, Co-Authors of "Our Towns: A 100,000-Mile Journey into the Heart of America" and Martin...

Charlotte: The Future of Europe: A Hard Brexit, EU Elections in May, and More—Where is Europe Heading?”

The Charlotte Warburg Chapter and Carolina World Trade Association will host a discussion and luncheon with Helga Margarete Barth, Head of Political Affairs at the German Embassy in Washington.  There will be a $30 charge to attend. RSVP here by April 29. Helga Margarete Barth is Minister and Head of Political Affairs at the German...

Charlotte: The Reluctant Feminist: Angela Merkel and the Modernization of Gender Politics in Germany

The Charlotte Warburg Chapter will host a breakfast briefing with Dr. Joyce Mushaben, Professor of Global Studies and Curators’ Professor of Comparative Politics and Gender Policies University of Missouri – St. Louis. Dr. Joyce M. Mushaben is a Curators’ Professor of Comparative Politics and former Director of the Institute for Women’s and Gender Studies (2002-2005) at...

Charlotte: American Exceptionalism: A German Perspective on 35 Years as an Entrepreneur in the United States

The Charlotte Warburg Chapter will host a discussion and reception with Riprand Graf Arco, Founder and Chairman of American Asset Corporation.  There will be a $30 charge for the first 50 registrations to attend. There will be a $40 charge beyond 50 registrations. RSVP here by March 22. Appetizers, beer, and wine will be served. Riprand...
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