Wolfgang Ischinger, Chairman of the MSC takes stock of this year's conference. Some concerns regarding the Trump administration have been alleviated, he told DW in an interview.
The Munich Security Conference traditionally reflects the current state of the world. This year's meeting was marked by reciprocal finger pointing. Real solutions were a scarce commodity, says Matthias von Hein.
Munich Security Conference chairman Wolfgang Ischinger has urgently warned of growing security threats facing the world. He told DW ahead of the Munich meeting that the danger of war was at its highest in decades.
With the US's international role waning, Europe must define its own future, says a highly anticipated report. This assessment sets the agenda for leaders in the run-up to Germany's pre-eminent conference on security.
Von der Leyen kicked off the international security meeting by calling for a more globally committed United States. The US Defense Secretary affirmed the importance of Europe to the US and praised German troops.
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