German envoy warns xenophobia, mounting anxiety threaten world order
By Samantha Wright AllenMar. 27, 2019
The European Union's success ‘is not a foregone conclusion,’ says Sabine Sparwasser, and needs like-minded partners to shore up its defences.
German Ambassador to Canada Sabine Sparwasser closed the season on Carleton University’s ambassador speaker series, addressing a packed room on budget day, March 19.
The Hill Times photograph by Samantha Wright Allen
Multilateralism is under threat in the face of rising populism and the absence of U.S. leadership, but countries are “ill-equipped” to fill the gap, says the German ambassador to Canada.
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