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Social development calls for critical reflection. This is a principle to which Kurt A. Körber felt bound both as a German and as a world citizen. The foundation established by him takes on this social challenge at a national and an international level.

Acting as an operating foundation, it develops and promotes programmes for which it retains full responsibility, while still remaining open to suggestions and cooperations. The aim of its work is to try out new ideas and methods and to transfer them to society. Körber-Stiftung seeks to encourage others to take initiative into their own hands.


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How can we design arms control in the 21st century in a way that includes all relevant actors? Which measures can prevent a new arms race in the wake of a growing great power competition? In the face of new technologies like cyber weapons, hypersonic glide vehicles and artificial intelligence, how do we need to re-think arms control?

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The twelfth class of Munich Young Leaders took part in the 56th Munich Security Conference. They discussed a broad range of topics with high-ranking participants of the conference such as Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, Foreign Minister of the Republic of India and the German Minister of Defence, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer.

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In a speech delivered at a CIS meeting, Russian President Vladimir Putin intimated that Poland shared a historic complicity in the outbreak of World War Two. The ensuing international outcry went beyond a contained discord in Russian-Polish relations. Bernd Vogenbeck, Körber-Stiftung, spoke with Claudia Weber, expert in Eastern European History.

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On 26 November Körber-Stiftung in cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office hosts this year’s Berlin Foreign Policy Forum. Under the headline “From Ambition to Action: Making Multilateralism Work”, the Berlin Forum will set the stage for discussions on the most important current foreign policy challenges for Germany and Europe.

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