The German Marshall Fund’s Washington, DC, office serves as the headquarters for GMF’s global activities. Located steps from Dupont Circle in the U.S. capital, it is an excellent location for convening leading thinkers, diplomats, and government officials from both sides of the Atlantic on every transatlantic issue, and often on those yet to arise.
The Paris office of The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is organizing, in partnership with the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Danish Embassy in Paris, a public conference on “European Engagement in the Sahel: Understanding Security and Development Priorities,” next June 7, at the Hôtel La Bourdonnais, from 8:30-12:15.
The Transatlantic Security and the Future of NATO seminar will focus on “Transatlantic Defense Burden-Sharing after Brexit” and is organized in partnership with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Airbus Group. The GMF Transatlantic Security and the Future of NATO project brings together a group of around 25 high-level American and European security experts, strategic thinkers, policy-makers and representatives from the defense industry on a tri-annual basis, to develop concrete and focused policy recommendations on transatlantic security issues.
A mere three days after President Trump is set to take a definitive decision on the future of the Iran Deal, the German Marshall Fund Paris hosted a discussion with Ms. Danielle Pletka, Senior Vice-President for foreign and defense policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where she oversees the Institute’s work on foreign and defense issues, with a special focus on Iran, the Middle East (Syria, Israel, ISIS), and South Asia. President Trump has long criticized the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and called for the U.S. to “fix it or nix it”.
- Ms. Lecia Brooks, Outreach Director, Southern Poverty Law Center
- Dr. Sergey Lagodinsky, Head, European Union and North America Department, Heinrich Böll Foundation
- Ms. Sudha David-Wilp, Senior Transatlantic Fellow and Deputy Director, Berlin Office, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
The American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS) and The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) are pleased to invite you to our symposium on the future of conservative America and President Donald Trump’s shake-up of the Republican Party.
GMF hosted a seminar and discussion to explore how cities in Europe and the United States are managing the rapid growth of urban transportation modes, such as ridehail, dockless bikeshare, and electric scooters. This discussion focused on the experiences of Washington DC and Brussels, with broadly applicable lessons for other transatlantic cities.