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After visiting the the “Topography of Terror” an the “Berlin Wall Memorial," one part of the class was invited to the “Bavarian State Office” in Berlin, while the other group followed an invitation from the U.S Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany, John B. Emerson, to the U.S. Embassy near the Brandenburg gate. For more photos, visit the Marshall Center Photo Gallery. (Marshall Center photo by German air force Senior Master Sgt. Mark Winkler /RELEASED)

BERLIN (Nov. 9, 2015) -- Day 1 of the Marshall Center Program on Applied Security Studies' class field study trip to Berlin, Germany. The participants were invited to visit the German Parliament building “Reichstag."

After a guided tour through the main plenary hall, they got the opportunity to visit the glass cupola on top of that building.

The course divided into two groups on the second day of the field trip, Nov. 9.

The first group followed an invitation to the German Chancellery while the second attended a panel discussion at the “German Council on Foreign Relations." Prof. Dr. Eberhard Sandschneider, Director of the Reseach Institute, was talking about “China and its global impact."

After visiting the “Topography of Terror” at the “Berlin Wall Memorial," one part of the class was invited to the “Bavarian State Office” in Berlin, while the other group followed an invitation from the U.S Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany, John B. Emerson, to the U.S. Embassy near the Brandenburg gate.

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