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Indianapolis: Strengthening the European Transatlantic Pillar: Can German Lead in Europe Without Dominating?

The Indianapolis Warburg Chapter, Honorary Consul of Germany Sven Schumacher, and Honorary Consul of France Martin Baier will host a discussion and luncheon with Ambassador James D. Bindenagel, former U.S. Ambassador and Henry Kissinger for Governance and International Security at the University of Bonn.  There will be a no charge to attend this event. RSVP here...

Indianapolis: Amicable Divorce? The European Union, the United Kingdom, and the United States after Brexit

The Indianapolis Warburg Chapter, Honorary Consul of Germany Sven Schumacher, and Honorary Consul of France Martin Baier will host a discussion and breakfast with Dr. Céline-Agathe Caro, Senior Policy Analyst at the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.  There will be a no charge to attend this event. RSVP here by October 22.  Dr. Céline-Agathe Caro is a Senior Policy Analyst at the Washington office of...

Indianapolis: Contemporary German-Jewish-Israeli Relations

The Indianapolis Warburg Chapter, Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation, The Circle: Jews, Germans, and Hoosiers in Conversation,  and the Indianapolis Jewish Community Relations Council will host a discussion and luncheon with Stefan Schlüter, Retired German Diplomat.  Lunch will be served. There will be no charge to attend. RSVP to Brandon Hale at BrandonH@ihcindy.org by October 22. Mr. Schlüter has been engaged...

Indianapolis: Bringing Democracy Down: What Can Be Learned from Weimar Germany?

The Indianapolis Warburg Chapter, the IUPUI Max Kade German-American Center, Department of World Languages and Cultures, Department of History, and Global and International Studies Program, as well as Lutheran Child and Family Services, will host a discussion with Professor Dr. Norbert Frei, the Chair of Modern History at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena.  There will be no charge...

Indianapolis: From Martin Luther to Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Indianapolis Warburg Chapter, the Resurrection Lutheran Church, the Foundation for Lutheran Child and Family Services, the Institute for Foreign Relations, and the German Federal Foreign Office, will host a public lecture and concert with Professor Dr. Michael Haspel, Director of the Evangelical Academy in Thuringia and Professor for Systematic Theology at Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, accompanied...
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