Chairman of the Munich Security Conference
Wolfgang Ischinger is the Chairman of the Munich Security Conference and Global Head of Government Relations, Allianz SE, Munich. From 1998 to 2000 he was Deputy Foreign Minister in Berlin, then German Ambassador to the US and later to the UK.
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Wolfgang Ischinger studied law at the universities of Bonn and Geneva where he obtained his law degree. He continued studying international law, foreign economic relations and history at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and at Harvard Law School, Cambridge, USA. His long career in the German Foreign Service gave him specific expertise in international negotiating processes, having been involved with the Bosnia Peace Talks at Dayton, Ohio and negotiations on NATO enlargement and the Kosovo crisis. In 2007, he represented the European Union in the troika negotiations on the future of Kosovo. He is also Chairman of the Ambassadors Advisory Board of the Executive Council on Diplomacy in Washington, D.C
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Wolfgang Ischinger is an experienced German diplomat with the current mandate as Chairman of the Munich Conference on Security Policy to bring people together to discuss the central security issues of our time. Having published widely on foreign and security policy in German, English and French, he is ideally placed to offer insights from his unique perspective.
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