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Transatlantic Relations: Germany, Europe, and the US
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Large areas of common interests, shared challenges and values form a bond between the two sides of the Atlantic. Peter Beyer has held this post since 11 April Peter Beyer, who studied in the United States and served as rapporteur for the US in the Committee on Foreign Affairs in the German Bundestag, therefore deals with a wide range of issues.
He issued the following statement on 11 April on his appointment by the Federal Cabinet:. In view of the growing economic and political clout of China and other emerging economies, global security policy challenges and the efforts of various actors to undermine our peace-oriented and rules-based international order, it is essential to clearly emphasise the common basis of our relations time and again and to consolidate and expand our cooperation in a wide range of fields. Only joint projects have the potential to breathe life into the transatlantic partnership.
Civil society has a particularly important role to play in this regard today. The Coordinator therefore supports networking between Germany and Northern America and seeks to build bridges between the partners. His work focuses, among other things, on cooperation in science and research, current social policy issues such as demographic trends and the impact of new media, as well as contacts to Jewish organisations. It was later renamed and expanded to include cooperation with Canada. It was also held by Prof.
Werner Weidenfeld, a political scientist from Munich, Karsten D. Peter Beyer - Curriculum vitae.
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Alongside European integration, the transatlantic partnership is the most important pillar of German foreign policy. United States of America.
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