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Source: Koerber Foundation Shortly after the presidential elections in the USA, Senator Chris Murphy opened the third session of our digital series »Munich Young Leaders Around the World«. The discussion focused on future foreign and security policy under the Biden administration and transatlantic relations.

In times of great uncertainty, it is all the more important to maintain a dialogue and exchange of insights, ideas and opinions. Instead of this year’s Annual Meeting, the Körber Foundation and the Munich Security Conference are holding a whole series of digital events that allow Munich Young Leaders to travel virtually around the world and learn about the effects of the Covid 19 pandemic on the multilateral one To exchange cooperation. Each individual event in this series will focus on one region and examine how multilateralism is shaped in times of pandemic. It is about regional conflicts and problems that have intensified during the crisis and those that are being forgotten in the Covid-19 crisis mode of the individual countries. With a short keynote at the third session of the digital series »MYL Around the World «Senator Chris Murphy brought the Munich Young Leaders digitally and mentally to the United States of America. Two weeks after the presidential election, the Connecticut Senator shared with the network his view of the outcome of the election and what it means for the future of the country and US foreign policy. The perspectives of the transatlantic alliance under a Biden government and relations with the Near and Middle East and Asia were also discussed.


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