Once a year, major politicians gather in Munich for a check on global security. The Munich Security Conference is the most important meeting of its kind worldwide, and a record number of participants is expected
As Donald Trump leads the US's withdrawal from multilateralism, the Munich Security Conference is dominated by concerns the world is fragmenting. But, to some, insisting on this world order threatens Cold War conditions.
We are in the midst of a new nuclear arms race — that much is clear from this year's Munich Security Conference. There is also growing doubt over whether the US can guarantee Europe's security. Who will fill the gap?
The global liberal order is fragmenting, but who can fit the pieces together again? That's the question posed by the report, released as a curtain-raiser for this week's Munich Security Conference.
In an exclusive interview, Munich Security Conference chairman Ischinger told DW how important multilateralism is in today's world, and that the EU is an important factor when it comes to upholding that ideal.
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