#MSC50 – Unplugged: Gearing Up for the Transatlantic Renaissance

#MSC50 – Unplugged: Gearing up for the Transatlantic Renaissance

Be a part of history by joining us for "#MSC50 Unplugged: Gearing Up for the Transatlantic Renaissance!" Featuring a panel moderated by University of Regensburg Professor Stephan Bierling (voted "Professor des Jahres" 2013 for Humanities, Sociology and Culture Studies) and Bayerischer Rundfunk PULS’ Julia Janke, special VIP guests (Friedrich Merz, Chairman, Atlantik-Brücke; William Cohen, former U.S. Secretary of Defense, requested) and a Tweet-up, you will be immersed in MSC’s format of vigorous discussions with inquisitive minds. Join us in a reception afterwards to network and exchange ideas. And the highlight? Being in the same room where, 24 hours later, heads of state, defense and foreign ministers from around the world will gather to mix and mingle. Get involved in shaping one of the most important dialogues of our time – the transatlantic relationship in an ever-changing world! Please see Initiates file downloadour flyer [PDF] and RSVP by January 28 at MunichPA@state.gov

Organizers: U.S. Consulate General Munich, Munich Security Conference Foundation.


#MSC50 – Unplugged: Gearing up for the Transatlantic Renaissance
Thursday, January 30, 2014, 5:30-7:00PM, followed by a reception
Hotel Bayerischer Hof, Promenadeplatz 2-6, 80333 München





Dr. Nina Gartz
US-Generalkonsulat München
Public Affairs
Königinstraße 5
80539 München
Phone: 089-2888 626
Mobile: 0170-2211618



28 January 2014, by MSC