Munich Security Conference: The First Fifty Years Wolfgang Ischinger

ISBN: 9783525300541

Published: January 30th 2014

Hardcover

480 pages


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Munich Security Conference: The First Fifty Years  by  Wolfgang Ischinger

Munich Security Conference: The First Fifty Years by Wolfgang Ischinger
January 30th 2014 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 480 pages | ISBN: 9783525300541 | 5.44 Mb

The Munich Security Conference, founded as Wehrkundetagung in 1963, has evolved into the leading independent forum for security policy. Traditionally seen as a kind of transatlantic family meeting for debating NATO strategy during the Cold War, theMoreThe Munich Security Conference, founded as Wehrkundetagung in 1963, has evolved into the leading independent forum for security policy. Traditionally seen as a kind of transatlantic family meeting for debating NATO strategy during the Cold War, the conference has increasingly broadened its agenda and today attracts participants from across the globe.

Each year, dozens of heads of state and government, ministers, and experts from different fields of security policy gather in Munich for an open exchange of ideas and policies on the most pressing international security issues - ranging from regional conflicts, international peace operations and nuclear disarmament to cyber security and environmental challenges.

On the occasion of the conferences 50th anniversary in 2014, a number of prominent participants, including former and current foreign and defense ministers, reflect on the conferences history and significance, some of the major issues debated, and on key security challenges facing the international community.



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