In early June Germany hosts the annual G-8 summit. This summit meeting is an occasion for Germany to demonstrate the profile of its foreign economic policy. Germany is an inexperienced leader of multilateral economic policy, but has now stepped out of the post-Cold War context of entrenched regionalism.
What is the German agenda for the G-8 summit? Is Germany likely to achieve anything of substance at this summit? At this lunch seminar, Fredrik Erixon, a Director of ECIPE, will discuss German foreign economic policy against the backdrop of the Heiligendamm summit.
The number of seats at this seminar is limited. If you are interested to participate, please contact ECIPE.