American-German Situation Room
The American-German Situation Room offers German journalists, academics, and policy thinkers the opportunity to immerse themselves in Washington policy circles to better understand the currents and trends of political debates.
This program has ended.
The American-German Situation Room is set up to provide office space for German journalists, academics, and policy thinkers seeking to immerse themselves in Washington policy circles to better understand the currents and trends of political debates. A joint initiative of The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) and the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS), the project offers an opportunity for German experts to spend time in Washington, studying developments in the United States that are of central importance to American-German relations.
AICGS offers guidance in integrating into networks and institutions in the U.S. capital, including the new administration. Participants have access to select programs sponsored by AICGS and GMF in Washington, while also being assisted in connecting with a range of other organizations, government offices, individuals, and interest groups.
This project was made possible by a generous gift from Guido Goldman in honor of AICGS Trustee Morris Offit.