On June 14, Germany will issue its first National Security Strategy. As the first all-of-government document released after Russia’s full-scale attack on Ukraine in February 2022, it offers insights into the German government’s strategic thinking related to the Zeitenwende and its priorities in managing multiple existential risks beyond Russia.
Managing security jointly with partners will likely be a guiding theme of Germany’s first National Security Strategy. We are hence bringing together perspectives from representatives of key allies – France, the United States, and Poland – to discuss the strategy and next steps that must follow.
Tobias Lindner, Minister of State, Federal Foreign Office
First takes from allies:
Heather Conley, President, German Marshall Fund of the United States
Slawomir Debski, Director, Polish Institute for International Affairs (PISM)
Camille Grand, Distinguished Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations; Former Deputy Secretary General, NATO
Christian Mölling, Deputy Director of the Research Institute and Head of the Center for Security and Defense, DGAP
Daniela Schwarzer, Member of the Executive Board, Bertelsmann Stiftung
Please register here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing infor-mation about joining the event via Zoom. Participants will be able to ask questions via Zoom’s question and answer function during the discussion. You will find information related to data processing at https://dgap.org/en/zoom. Please note that this event will be recorded.
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Hendrik Baumann, E-Mail: Hendrik.Baumann@bertelsmann-stiftung.de