Tuesday, January 23rd at 6:30 PM
Camden Conference Talk: Germany in the New World Disorder, with Dr. Paul Holman
Over the past 100 years, few countries have changed their policies as sharply as the Germans. Rising from defeat in two world wars and the ashes of Hitler’s Holocaust, they now symbolize tolerance, moderation, and stability. Even so, many Germans strongly oppose her open-door policy toward refugees, and they have elected the first extreme nationalists to Germany’s parliament in many decades. What is their real importance? Is German democracy in trouble? Should Americans support Merkel’s foreign policy agenda or oppose it? Dr. Paul Holman is a Visiting Professor of International Relations for the University of Maine, Orono, serving concurrently as an Adjunct Professor at the Naval War College.
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