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UPDATE: Carnival of US-German relations on March 11, 2006

UPDATE: American Future, a great US blog focusing on foreign and national security affairs, confirmed to host our transatlantic carnival in the United States. Now we got two German and one American host.
As of today (Thursday) we have received ten submissions, which are displayed in the right column on our Carnival Submission Website.
The first carnival was a big success: More than 20 blogs participated with interesting posts on various aspects of our transatlantic relations, and several thousand visitors read the carnival post due to the many links by many big bloggers.
The next carnival will be hosted by Statler & Waldorf in German and by
American Future and ourselves in English.
We (Atlantic Review) have set up this Carnival Submissions Website with more information and instructions. The carnival hosts will pick the best submissions and introduce them on their blogs on March 11, 2006.
Deutsche Blogger, Ihr könnt auch deutschsprachige Artikel einreichen! (We welcome both German and English blog posts.)
Endnote: Extrablog seeks also submissions for an interesting carnival on the topic "Are we contributing sufficiently to the war on terror?"


Public Diplomacy Watch on : Carnival of German-American Relations

Show preview, emailed to inform me that the second edition of the Carnival of US-German Relations, a round-up of blog posts from around the blogosphere on that topic, will take place on March 11th., co-hosted at and at Statler &...


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Rosemary on :

I'll be there. I hope everything is going well with you and the rest of the crew. Have a good day.

Shah Alexander on :

Sounds interesting! By the way, I referred to your post in my blog post on State of the Union address. I look forward to your upcoming post on comparison of oil dependence between America and Europe. See .

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