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Germany and Europe: Uncomfortable Leadership

Chatham House, London

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Transcript: Q & A
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Participants

Lord Green of Hurstpierpoint, Author, Reluctant Meister: How Germany's Past is Shaping its European Future
Hans Kundnani, Research Director, European Centre for Foreign Relations; Author, The Paradox of German Power 
Chair: Quentin Peel, Mercator Senior Fellow, Europe Programme, Chatham House 

Overview

Considering the influence of Germany’s past on the evolution of contemporary Europe, the speakers will examine the effect of the country’s increasingly dominant economic position on its relationship with its neighbours, and what this will mean for the future of the European Union. The speakers will explore how various tensions have influenced Germany’s foreign policy and national identity, and how its history could continue to shape its future.

LIVE STREAM: This event will be live streamed. The live stream will be made available at 18:30 GMT on Monday 19 January.

ASK A QUESTION: Send questions for the speakers by email to questions@chathamhouse.org or using #askCH on Twitter. A selection will be put to them during the event.

PLEASE NOTE THE 18:30 START TIME.

This event will be followed by a reception.

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