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Night Owl Session "The Future of NATO: 'Obsolete' or 'Very Important'?"

In this panel, which occured during the Munich Security Conference, several speakers alternate themselves in the discussion about the importance of NATO, giving their opinion about the uniqueness of the organisation, and suggestions on how to make NATO more “up to date”.  The second part of the video is a session of questions and answers which inspires further discussions about the topic.

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Policy and Research Papers

Munich Security Report 2017 Post-Truth, Post-West, Post-Order?

Entitled "Post-Truth, Post-West, Post-Order?", the Munich Security Report 2017 offers analyses, data, statistics, infographics, and maps on major developments and challenges in international security. The report aims to serve as a companion and conversation starter for the discussions at the Munich Security Conference 2017 and as background reading for participants. At the same time, it is also made available to the interested public. Last year's report was downloaded more than 25,000 times, with significant press coverage in both German and international media. Twitter discussions about the report are led under #MSCreport and the hashtag for the Munich Security Conference, #MSC2017.

Central topics of the new edition include the crises of the international order and of liberal democracy as well as European security and defense policy. In addition, the report assembles information on the jihadist threat, the manipulation and "weaponization" of information, and the security situation in the Pacific and the Middle East. 

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