Sigmar Gabriel

  • Turning point in world politics
  • More responsibility in uncertain times
  • Lecture

Everything that had seemed reliable and secure for decades is changing at a rapid pace: The USA no longer feels responsible for security in Europe. European unity can no longer be taken for granted. China is working its way to the top of the world in more and more areas, and Russia is returning as an international player. Once again, the spiral of rearmament and the nuclear arms race is turning. Sigmar Gabriel, long-time chairman of the SPD and Minister of Economics and Foreign Affairs, describes (his) way of preserving what is important in an uncertain world. With his usual clarity, Sigmar Gabriel lets us take a look at the cards of politics.

For him, it is clear that the decisions now to be made about the future lie beyond the realm of political routine. Europe’s unification and its international significance depend centrally on the question of how Germany relates to it. Europe again has a “German question,” which Gabriel wants to answer.

Sigmar Gabriel is a former federal chairman of the SPD and served as Germany’s vice chancellor from 2013 to 2018. Since 2019, he has been chairman of Atlantik-Brücke e. V., whose goal is close cooperation between Germany, Europe and America.

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