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Despite President Trump’s continuous critique of NATO, most members of his own administration are staunch advocates of the Alliance. Congressional members across both parties and chambers are working towards strengthening NATO. Read the comment on FAZ.net by Naz Durakoğlu, Senior Foreign Policy Advisor at the US Senate and Munich Young Leader 2019.

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On Friday evening, the Munich Young Leaders got the chance to meet with Ivanka Trump, Advisor to the President of the United States of America, about the role of women empowerment in international relations and for global stability. During the discussion she talked about her "Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative".

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Great Britain and the EU will remain strong allies, even after Brexit. But a Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) of the EU that would compete with NATO, would weaken European security. Read on FAZ.net the comment of Alan Mak, Member of the UK parliament (House of Commons) and Munich Young Leader 2019.

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The eleventh generation of Munich Young Leaders is gathering to take part in the 55th Munich Security Conference. They will discuss a broad range of topics with high-ranking participants of the conference such as Kersti Kaljulaid, President of the Republic of Estonia, and Ivanka Trump, Advisor to the President of the United States of America.

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Migration is increasingly seen as a threat rather than an opportunity. Imen Ben Mohamed believes that this is a mistake. Legal migration pathways and a positive discourse are imperative for migration that benefits all.

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The Kairos, the opportune moment for action, has come. The EU has to fulfil its responsibility and invest more in European defense. Munich Young Leader Jean-Baptiste Jeangène Vilmer examines the possibilities for a credible European Defence Union.

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