On 13th November 2010, former German Vice Chancellor and Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer gave a luncheon keynote speech at Princeton in celebration of the 10th anniversary of its Liechtenstein Institute on Self-determination (LISD). Mr. Fischer was a fellow at LISD and a visiting professor at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Right click on the link below to download his speech.
In light of the ongoing debt crisis in Ireland, Mr. Fischer also discussed whether bailout is an inevitable choice for the European Union from time to time, and whether there is an inherent problem to the idea of a common economic entity without a greater level of political unity in the Q and A session that followed.
Also, tune in on 22nd November for a WPRB exclusive interview with Mr. Fischer on his take on G20, Iran, the war in Iraq and much more.
(Recorded by Rosy Yang)