A new security strategy for a new era.
Germany has acknowledged that its security flaws are a problem and could turn into a crisis down the line.
Now, it is seeking to strengthen its internal and regional security through a national security strategy.
But in an era of rapid technological advances and China’s growing influence, Berlin admits it is navigating uncharted territory.
So how will Germany’s plans affect its role as Europe’s strongest economy?
And at war with Russia and Ukraine, will his tough stance on Beijing lead to new alliances?
Presenter: Mohammad Zamjum
Ulrich Brueckner – Jean Monnet Professor for European Studies at Stanford University in Berlin
Wolfgang Pujtai – Senior Advisor at the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy
Jorn Fleck – Senior Director of the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center