Dalton Lauderback is a Research Intern at AICGS for Fall 2018. He contributes to the AICGS website, conducts research for current projects and resident fellows, manages the outreach database, and supports event organization and coordination. Currently, Mr. Lauderback is pursuing a master’s degree in International Affairs with concentrations in Europe, Eurasia, and Russia and International Law and Organizations at George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs. He is particularly interested in transatlantic relations, EU enlargement, gender issues, and the role of international institutions. Before joining AICGS, Mr. Lauderback studied abroad in Switzerland, worked as a Fulbright ETA in Germany, and interned at the U.S. Embassy in Austria.
Rainbow Politics: Comparing LGBT+ Rights in Germany and the United States
On October 1, 2017, Karl Kreile and Bodo Mende exchanged vows at the town hall in Schöneberg—the first same-sex couple married in Germany. More than two years earlier, the United …