We are pleased to invite you to an American Club dinner speech on The Trump Presidency: Risks and Opportunities from a German Perspective.
It seems we are moving into uncharted political territory, full of uncertainty and foreboding. One cannot help but wonder how 2017 will play out, and how President Trump will react to these challenges. In the face of these risks, might there be a bright side? And, what does this all mean to Germany?
Here to address these questions is Prof. Dr. Joachim Krause, Director of the Institute for Security Policy at the University of Kiel. Until recently, he was Professor for Political Science at the University of Kiel. He has taught at Johns-Hopkins-University (Bologna Campus), and he is editor in chief of “SIRIUS-Zeitschrift für strategische Analysen“. He was member of the Executive Board of the Aspen Institute Germany and is chairman of the Scientific Board of the German Council on Foreign affairs. His recent publications include: Yearbook on Terrorism 2015/16 (2017); Routledge Handbook of Naval Strategy and Security (2016). Afghanistan, Pakistan and Strategic Change. Adjusting Western regional policy (2014); The EU, the UN and Collective Security (2013); Iran’s Nuclear Programme – Strategic Implications (2013).
The speech by Prof. Krause will be accompanied by a three-course meal and fine wine. Register* simply by sending an eMail with your name(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org, and kindly transferring payment of 35€ per member or 45€ per guest to
The American Club of Hamburg e.V.
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We are delighted to invite you to an American Club speech with Ingo Zamperoni at the U.S. Consulate General, affectionately known as the Little White House on the Alster, with its gracious host, U.S. Consul General Richard T. Yoneoka.
The reception doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the event will wrap up around 9:30 p.m. The title of the speech is “The Trump Administration, Halftime Report” A flying buffet with fine wine and selected drinks will be served.
Ingo began his career as a producer in the ARD studio in Washington, after competing law, history and American studies in Constance, Berlin and Boston. In 2014 he became the ARD correspondent in Washington, where he met and married his American wife, Jennifer. They moved to Hamburg in 2016, where he anchors the nightly Tagesthemen program. He has written a pair of books on American political themes during the last two years, titled FREMDES LAND AMERIKA and ANDERLAND, which he will gladly sign if you’d like to bring along a copy.
A photo ID is required for entrance, and mobile phones must be switched off.
Space is limited, so please book your place early for a night not to be missed!
Looking forward to seeing you there!