Europa 2 to Host Sabine Christiansen for Discussions This October

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German journalist Sabine Christiansen will be hosting debates and discussions this October on the Europa 2, as part of her “talk2christiansen” series of events. Also leading discussion will be Kai Diekmann, publisher of the German Bild Group.

The discussions will focus on digitalization and its effects on the media industry and society, changes it's caused within companies like Diekmann’s as well as pose questions like what the digital future might hold and how it might change society and democracy. In addition, both Christiansen and Diekmann will discuss issues relating to current political events, such as the U.S. presidential elections and the developments in Turkey.

The cruise won’t be all political though, as journalist, dentist and best-selling author Katja Kessler will also be onboard providing amusing tips on how to maintain a happy marriage from her latest book Das muss Liebe sein.


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