The Transatlantic Agenda – A German Perspective with Ambassador Scharioth

Announcing a public lecture by

Klaus Scharioth
German Ambassador to the United States

“The Transatlantic Agenda – A German Perspective”

Wednesday, April 1
Plenary Room, 1305 Grainger Hall

Germany’s highest ranking representative to the United States, Ambassador Scharioth has worked at the United Nations and the International Law Division of the German Federal Foreign Office and served as Chef de Cabinet to the NATO Secretary-General in Brussels. He subsequently served as Foreign Office’s Head of the Defense and Security Policy Division, helping to prepare for the Madrid NATO-summit. From 2002 until 2006, Scharioth served as State Secretary, the highest civil service post in the German Foreign Office, where his responsibilities included security and defense policy, transatlantic relations, European policy, crisis management, and arms control and disarmament.

Sponsored by the Division of International Studies, the International Institute, the Max Kade Institute, the Department of German, the Madison Eric M. Warburg Chapter of the American Council on Germany, and the Center for German and European Studies.