Transatlantic Talks 2021

Special Event Series


In light of the new US Administration and alongside the goal of revitalizing the transatlantic relationship, AmCham Germany has launched a new virtual event series, Transatlantic Talks 2021: Paving the Path Ahead. The series aims to offer insights on what to expect from the Biden Administration and the 117th United States Congress on transatlantic topics. This format provides a platform for exchange between distinguished US experts and decisionmakers, AmCham Germany members, as well as the broader transatlantic business community. Discussions will focus around a number of AmCham Germany’s policy areas, including Trade; Digital Policy; Energy & Climate; Healthcare & Life Sciences; Aerospace & Defense; and Taxation, and highlight the importance of transatlantic cooperation to address and overcome mutual global challenges.

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NEXT EVENT: September 29, 2021 | 6:00 PM (CEST) | REGISTRATION

Transatlantic Cooperation and Interdependency in Aerospace & Defense

Speakers: 

Major General John D. Lamontagne, Chief of Staff, EUCOM HQ US European Command.
Lieutenant General Kirk Smith, Deputy Commander, United States Africa Command, Stuttgart
Helmut Rauch, President of the Corporate Division Board Diehl Defence & Member of the Diehl Executive Board
James McGovern, Vice President, Europe-Africa-Arctic at Raytheon Missiles & Defense
Ben Hodges, Commanding General of the US Army Europe from 2014 to 2017, now Pershing Chair in Strategic Studies at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA)

News

Transatlantic Talks 2021

Transatlantic Talks Event: The Biden Administration's and Germany's Green Economy Plans

Speakers: Tina Zierul, ChargePoint Germany GmbH, and Austin Brown, White House Council on Environmental Quality

Transatlantic Talks 2021

Is the Partnership in Transatlantic Trade Back?

Transatlantic Talks Event on August 25, 2021, with Joseph Crowley, Dr. Hans-Ulrich Engel, Simone Menne and Dr. Christian Nordholtz

Transatlantic Talks 2021

''Whatever differences exist between our approaches, our overarching goal remains the same''

Interview with Philip T. Reeker, Acting Assistant Secretary, Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs, US Department of State

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