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German Fulbright Alumni PowWow: Shaping A Changing World

German Fulbright Alumni PowWow: Shaping A Changing World

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The 25th anniversary "PowWow" of the German Fulbright Alumni Association took place last month in Berlin.

The conference focused on developments in transatlantic relations over the past 25 years, with topics ranging from politics, economy, technology, education, and just about everything in between.

The key dialog about transatlantic relations from 1986-2011 between SPD politician Karsten Voigt and American diplomat John C. Kornblum opened the PowWow by discussing the relationship between Germany and the US from both from national and global perspectives.