The latest Carnival of German-American Relations is up at Atlantic Review, featuring posts from online writers in Germany and the U.S. dealing with one another’s nations and their perceptions. I’m in there, but I recommend it anyway. It’s a gathering of some great thoughts, along with some questionable observations. And it’s what we still desperately need more of: dialogue across a cultural and political divide. I can tell you unashamedly that of all the places I go in Europe, I love Germany the most and feel most at home there. I’ve written before about how badly their media twists the image of America, and I hope this ongoing effort can push that back a bit.