About this event
Continuing our two-part series on Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s Zeitenwende speech and the astonishing changes to German security, energy and foreign policy, this month’s Transatlantic Tuesday will discuss the about-face in German defense policy brought on by the war in Ukraine. The widely lauded announcement of a €100 billion investment in German defense spending was quickly followed by questions such as what does Germany’s announcement of sending heavy weapons to Ukraine mean in practice and how will increased spending influence defense policy and decision-making? To discuss these questions and more, we will speak with defense experts Claudia Major and Michal Baranowski in this month’s edition of #TransatlanticTuesdays.
Michal BaranowskiSenior Fellow and Director, Warsaw Office
Michał Baranowski is a senior fellow and the director of GMF's Warsaw office, where he provides overall strategic direction and leadership for the organization’s work in Poland, the Baltic states, and the V4 countries. He write...
Sudha David-WilpDeputy Director Berlin Office, Senior Transatlantic Fellow
Sudha David-Wilp is a senior transatlantic fellow and deputy director of the Berlin office. She joined GMF’s Berlin office in September 2011, where she oversees GMF’s outreach to the Bundestag and engages with the media as an e...