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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. The Körber Foundation seeks to encourage others to take initiative into their own hands. 

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Russia continues to have an imperial mentality and acts accordingly, explains Russian American Professor Nina Khrushcheva in our interview. The dream of a "common European house" for her is – despite the challenges – perhaps the only possibility in the future.

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The 164th Bergedorf Round Table focused on exploring which role Europe can play in advancing regional stability in the Middle East. In successive meetings in Riyadh and Tehran politicians, senior members of administration, and eminent thought-leaders from academia and media discussed with local counterparts from Saudi Arabia and Iran.

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Current conflicts often have historical roots. At the 2017 Körber History Forum, Wolfgang Schäuble, Adam Roberts, Harald Welzer, Nina Krushcheva, Pierre Moscovici and other high-level experts will be discussing the political dimensions of history.

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Sam Sasan Shoamanesh, one of this year’s Munich Young Leaders of Körber Foundation and Munich Security Conference is thoroughly examining the Iran Nuclear Deal in terms of regional security architecture in an article published on FAZ.net.

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