I believe that the renewal of the SPD (German Social Democratic Party) in international politics does not mean reinventing the wheel but rather that the SPD has to start thinking about how it wants to redefine its internationalist values in times of globalisation. I believe we definitely have to talk about peacekeeping, in this regard the past few years have not been so glorious. The fact that we always said that there should not be arms exports to conflict regions in particular, while they ended up happening anyways has severely harmed our credibility. In this regard, we have to agree on certain standards which will then actually be met. We also have to be aware that we live in an increasingly authoritarian era not only in our transatlantic relations with Donald Trump but also when we look at the Kreml, when we look at the Turkish President, and elsewhere. From this, we have to conclude that the European perspective has to be strengthened. Nobody in the world waits for what Germany has to say. We are 1 per cent of the world’s population and, if in doubt, certain decision will made without us. This means that if Europe is not united, then Europe will also not be part of decision making processes. I believe it would make sense to think about whether we continue to have different European seats in the UN Security Council or if it wouldn’t be time to think about one common seat, partially also to forcibly commit to acting together internationally. And we will have to talk about trade because globalisation advances, multinational corporations actually show us what internationalism means but in a way that we do not want to shape it. We don’t counter this properly yet. Every year, Germany congratulates itself for being the leader or coming second in exporting goods and this is perceived as if it was a football match but nobody really thinks about which consequences that has. We cannot talk about tackling the causes of migration about climate change, about the destruction of natural livelihoods while not talking about our own responsibility for this. When we flood international markets with our goods, when we cause the lack of purchasing power and production not only in Europe, when we look at Greece, but also in South America, for instance, or on the African continent.This means that we will have to talk about fair trade. This also means that we will have to cut back a little bit, we will have to give some of our wealth to the rest of the world. Otherwise migration flows will continue, no walls or fences will stop that.