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Munich Young Leaders

News Archive of the Munich Young Leaders

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At an Early Bird Breakfast with Minister of Defence Ng Eng Hen from Singapore, who had already talked to previous classes of Munich Young Leaders twice, the debate did not only center on the security situation in Asia.

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Moscow-based journalist Elena Chernenko discussed “Information Warfare” in an informal Night Cap session with Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Google’s Rachel Whetstone, Amos Gilad of the Israeli Ministry of Defence, the author Peter Pomerantsev and moderator Carl Bildt.

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Ambassador Alexander Grushko, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to NATO was the speaker of the Munich Young Leaders’ last background discussion on Saturday. Venue and topic were the same as with Alexander Vershbow – but the perspective was quite different.

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After an intense morning with speeches by Angela Merkel and Sergey Lavrov the Munich Young Leaders pivoted back to the Middle East over lunch. Qatari foreign minister Khalid bin Mohammad Al-Attiyah took the participants on a regional “tour d’horizon”.

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For the Munich Young Leaders 2015 the second conference day began with a discussion about current challenges for NATO. At an early-bird working breakfast with Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow the focus was, again, on the conflict in Ukraine.

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The last discussion of the first conference day brought the Munich Young Leaders 2015 together with Amos Gilad, Director of Policy and Political Military Affairs at the Israeli Ministry of Defence. The questions of the participants didn’t leave out any of the crises of the Middle East.

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