In 2012, the Fulbright Program celebrates significant anniversaries in 14 countries: Cyprus, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Indonesia, Japan, Lithuania, Morocco, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Ukraine, Vietnam and Zimbabwe. The U.S. Department of State, U.S. embassies Fulbright Commissions, partner governments and organizations that administer Fulbright worldwide will commemorate the formalization of relationships between the United States and partner countries—connections that have ranged from twenty to sixty years—with conferences, symposia, galas and concerts. Fulbright anniversary events are reminders of the impact of decades of educational exchange on bilateral relations, scholarship and civil society linkages.

In February, Germany celebrated its 60th Fulbright Program anniversary at the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin with remarks by Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle, who serves as the honorary chairman of the program. Cornelia Pieper, Minister of State at the Federal Foreign Office, delivered a speech citing Fulbright’s role in the reinvigoration of transatlantic relations, particularly as new generations…

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