17 August 2016. Philip Gordon speaks about the importance of Germany and Europe as partners for the US in current global challenges. The former Special Assistant to the president in the National Security Council and White House Coordinator for the Middle East emphasizes the necessity to engage in multilateral dialogue: “The problems we face in the world are hard enough to deal with as it is, they would be even harder if we didn’t really have a sense what other people thought.“

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