Baerbock and Blinken want closer cooperation on digital policy

In the run-up to the G7 foreign ministers’ meeting in Münster, Germany, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock and her US counterpart Anthony Blinken spoke about their digital foreign policy goals at the German-American Future Forum. Blinken emphasized that democracies must deal more intensively with the unintended consequences of new technologies: Cooperation is urgently needed to exploit the positive aspects of technological innovations, but also to counter the bad aspects: No country can do this alone. We are now at a “turning point in history”, Blinken said.

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