2016 was not without sorrowful memories, as our beloved Founding Chairman and Honorary Member Walther Leisler Kiep passed away last May. His vigor and passion inspired us in our daily lives, and his magnificent presence was and continues to be deeply missed. However, he was with us in spirit – and what better way to […]
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Entries by Ines Klughardt
Guest speaker Dr. Angela Stent on “U.S.-Russian Relations in the Next Administration: Is Another Reset Possible or Desirable?”
Traditional Goose Dinner with guest speaker The Right Honorable Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones DCMG on “Brexit – Journey into the unknown”
Annual Thanksgiving Dinner at the residence of U.S. Consul General, Mr. James W. Herman
Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and the Province of Xinjiang P.R. China Nov 13-26, 2016 On our XII Study Trip to China, the focus is on the Chinese political and economic megatrends in Bejing and Shanghai, as well as for the first time the regional development of the Western Province of Xinjiang.
Bowling Green, Ohio USA Nov 1-6, 2016 At the beginning of November 2016, in the final rally of the US presidential campaign, delegates of Global Bridges arrive in Bowling Green, Ohio, 82 miles southwest of Detroit and 180 miles north of Cincinnati. Why would one choose such a remote location? It is right here, in […]
New Orleans, Louisiana USA October 29th – November 1st, 2016 Before the delegation from Global Bridges met in the “Swing State” Ohio for a final observation of the US Presidential Campaign, a small group of them led by Dr. Beate Lindemann paid a visit to New Orleans, in the American South.
Hainan, Haikou, P.R. China October 11 to 16, 2016 “Craftsmanship, Innovation, and Business Startups of Young Leaders The days in Haikou, were a truly memorable and enriching experience: First, the conference was an excellent opportunity to learn more about China, its culture and about Hainan in particular. The breathtaking speed at which China is transforming […]
Yerevan, Armenia June 12-16, 2016 The resolution of the German Bundestag on the Armenian Genocide has put the small, but historically significant Caucasian state back into the center of current political debate. In the midst of this debate, we visit a country trying to come to terms with its history and to become a modern, […]
“I am left with great confidence.” Walther Leisler Kiep, January 5, 1926 – May 9, 2016 The Board of Directors and the members of Global Bridges are united in deep sadness over the death of Walther Leisler Kiep. Saying farewell to the founding father of our organization leaves us with painful wounds and deep gaps […]