- April 29, 2021
Joe Biden’s election as 46th U.S. President allowed for great hopes for a realignment of the transatlantic relations. 100 days after he took office, we assessed his first steps and looked ahead. Which expectations within the global power structure has he already been able to meet? And which requirements and promises seem to be unrealistic? Together with five representatives of the youth organizations of the parties represented in the Bundestag, we discussed whether more common ground and compromises can be found with the Biden government and what it takes for Germany, Europe, and the USA to cooperate successfully.
We welcomed Nemir Ali (Deputy Federal Chairman of the Young Liberals), Yannick Bury (Chairman of the International Commission of the Young Union and Member of the Federal Board), Manon Luther (Deputy Federal Chairwoman of the Young Socialists), Julius Nebel (Member Team International of the Green Youth), and Felix S. Schulz (State Spokesman for the Left Youth [‘solid] Berlin). Aspen Germany’s Executive Director Dr. Stormy-Annika Mildner moderated the virtual discussion. This event was conducted in German.