AICGS is hosting a workshop on data protection, a topic of great significance for both government and business leaders. What common interests do Germany and the United States share? What privacy issues should be prioritized? What practical steps can both countries take to address these priorities?
Taking place at AICGS on Friday, March 14 from 10:00am-12:00pm, this seminar aims to stimulate discussion on the ongoing reverberations of WWII from a transnational perspective and to explore the enduring impact of a disturbing past on subnational communities and their attempts at reconciliation.
Please join the AICGS Business & Economics Program for a seminar with Lisa Kastner, DAAD/AICGS Research Fellow, on the similarities and differences financial consumer protection (FCP) reform in the EU and U.S in response to crisis-related failures. The seminar will be moderated by Alexander Privitera, Director of the AICGS Business & Economics Program.
Please join the AICGS Society, Culture & Politics Program for a seminar with Dr. Daniela Schiek on the affects of 9/11 on perspectives of young adults in Germany and the U.S. The event will be moderated by Dr. Lily Gardner Feldman, Director of the AICGS Society, Culture & Politics Program.