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On November 14, Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München) with participation of the German Association for East European Studies (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde, DGO) and German non-profit association Atlantik-Brücke organized public debate on the role of the U.S. and Russia in contemporary Europe and the prospects for development of relations between Germany, Washington, and Moscow.

On November 14, Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München) with participation of the German Association for East European Studies (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde, DGO) and German non-profit association Atlantik-Brücke organized public debate on the role of the U.S. and Russia in contemporary Europe and the prospects for development of relations between Germany, Washington, and Moscow.

Ambassador Wolfgang Ischinger, Chairman of the Munich Security Conference, Andrew S. Weiss, Vice President for studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and Andrey Kortunov, Director General at Russian International Affairs Council, took part in the debate.

Katja Gloger, a famous German journalist and a correspondent of «Stern» daily, moderated the debate.

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