The Imprint of Trumpism

Exploring Conservative America

A year and a half into the Trump presidency, German policymakers and analysts struggle to read and respond to the President’s “America First” policies. What are the goals of this Republican administration? How do the clashes between traditionalist small-government conservatives and new wave populists play out in domestic politics? What are the implications of populism, isolationism, anti-immigration, and anti-trade sentiments in the White House on America’s foreign policy? Drawing on the experience of American experts, this symposium will present assessments of the social, political, and economic trends shaping the conservative debates across the Atlantic and potential implications for German-American relations.

Formal invitation and agenda coming soon. Contact Ms. Elizabeth Caruth, Senior Program Coordinator, at ecaruth@aicgs.org with any questions. This event is co-sponsored by the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies and the German Marshall Fund of the United States.

Location

Commerzbank

Pariser Platz 1


June 11, 2018

Commerzbank
Pariser Platz 1