Karsten Voigt

German Council of Foreign Relations

Guest

Board member of the German Council on Foreign Relations and of the Atlantik-Brücke, an association that promotes German-American understanding; former member of the German parliament (1976-1998); former coordinator for German-American Cooperation at the German Foreign Office

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