chair, Freiblickinstitut e.V; CEO, Sprachkunst36; author, Brexit-Demokratischer Aufbruch in Großbritannien; Germany correspondent, spiked
Sabine Beppler-Spahl is chair of the German liberal think tank Freiblickinstitut e.V., which organises the Berlin Salons, and she is the Germany correspondent for spiked.
Sabine studied economics at the University of Hamburg and went to school in Hong Kong and Germany. She is also a regular contributor to the German magazine Novo and has published articles in Die Welt, Berliner Zeitung, Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, Zeitschrift Merkur and other publications.
Her book Brexit-Demokratischer Aufbruch in Großbritannien (Brexit – the struggle for democracy in Great Britain) was published by Parodos Verlag in March 2019.
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