We proudly present the second video recording of the German Symposium, “Quo vadis, Germany?”: the political debate with a keynote speech by Federal Minister Dr. Peter Ramsauer followed by a discussion between former Finance Minister Hans Eichel (SPD), former Minister President and former Mayor of Hamburg Baron Ole von Beust (CDU) and Dr. Henning Meyer (LSE Global Governance), moderated by Frank Jahn (ARD). . . .
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Here you find a quick introduction of all speakers, disputants and moderators of the German Symposium 2011: The speakers are listed in chronological order of the events. The German Symposium is taking place from Feb 14 to Feb 18, 2011 on campus of the London School of Economics and Political Science. All events are public. The LSEsu German Society courteously invites LSE staff, students and the general public to attend any event. Please see our programme to see which events require tickets. Tickets can be requested via firstname.lastname@example.org. A maximum of 3 tickets per person is applicable. . . .
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The German Society proudly presents its complete program with events such as the integration debate, the finance-real-economy-debate, Dr. Bueb’s lecture on elite education, a panel discussion involving two federal ministers and many more . . .
→ Read More: German Symposium 2011 – Complete Programme
The German Society welcomes German leaders at the LSE. The LSEsu German Society invites you to attend its 12th German Symposium. More than 20 distinguished representatives of German politics, business, culture and media will address a variety of current issues in lectures, disputations and discussions. The event will take place on the campus of the London School of Economics & Political Science from February 14th to 18th, 2011. . . .
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