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Fourth Carnival of German-American Relations

Outstanding Bloggers from both sides of the Atlantic (and the Pacific) have submitted more than 20 blog articles on German-American Relations. The topics include the meaning of September 11th, a world without 9/11, Anti-Americanism, Pro-Americanism, free speech, cultural diplomacy, remembering John F. Kennedy, Old Europe, NATO, the Geneva Conventions, Soldiers Angels Europe, getting the first banana from a GI, civil rights, Berlin, and patriotic Muslims. The two carnival hosts have picked the submissions they liked best and present them on their blogs:
Dialog International has written an English carnival post introducing both English and German articles about transatlantic relations. And Liberale Stimme has written a German carnival post (English translation by Google) introducing both English and German articles.
Please read both carnival posts, since they introduce different articles. Besides, check out our Carnival Submissions Blog, which lists ALL submissions in the right column.
The Atlantic Review would like to thank all bloggers for participating in our carnival and thank both hosts for presenting the carnival and thereby improving the transatlantic dialogue! The next Carnival of U.S.-German Relations will take place on December 11th. You can already submit relevant article now. Just send a trackback to the Carnival Submissions Blog.


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Clarsonimus on :

Great entries! Fell asleep at the wheel on this one, hope to post something next time. Weiter so!

alec on :

Ah!!!!!!!!! Where was I? I feel like I check this site semi-frequently -- am I just not looking at the right place? Enjoyed the articles for this carnival but wish I had written my own. Anyway, I'll definitely write an article for the next carnival!

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