|Oct. 19, 2004||
Press Contact: Julia Morse|
German ambassador Hans Arnold to discuss U.S-Europe relations
One of Germany's most influential diplomats will discuss the future of U.S-European relations on the University of Chicago campus on Wednesday, October 20th.
Hans Arnold, who has served as German Ambassador to the United States and the United Nations, will deliver a speech entitled "Europe and the U.S: Where Do We Go Now?" at 6:30 p.m in the University's Social Science Research Building (1126 East 59th Street) Room 122.
A professor at Munich's Academy for Political Science, Arnold frequently contributes to European newspapers and foreign policy journals and has written several books on European politics, including Germany's Power, Europe to be thought anew: Why and How to further Unification?, and 2002's Security for Europe.
Arnold's visit is sponsored by the University of Chicago's Political Union, a non-partisan student-run organization. For more information, please contact Josh Schonwald at 773-702-8359.
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