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Bergedorf Round Table

News Archive of the Bergedorf Round Table

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The Corona pandemic has shaken the European Union to its very core. Faced with a cascade of existential challenges the Union met its “moment of truth”. The 173rd Bergedorf Round Table explored which political and economic measures should be taken in order to mitigate the impact of the Corona crisis.

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Nationalism, protectionism and escalating great-power rivalries threaten to shake the multilateral system to its core. "Defending Multilateralism: What It Takes to Uphold the Rules-Based International System" was the topic, the 171st Bergedorf Round Table discussed from 20 to 22 June in Hamburg.

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The 170th Bergedorf Round Table will discuss the topic of “An Ever More Divided Union? Finding Common Ground after a Decade of Crises”. Gathering in Budapest from 22-24 March 2019, 45 participants from EU member states and beyond will explore the question of European cohesion and the root causes underlying current divisions.

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The 169th Bergedorf Round Table took place in Beijing from 9-10 December. In the presence of Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, participants examined current dynamics of “EU-China Relations in a Changing Global Order”, including both opportunities and the need to manage increasing economic and political competition.

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Nearly thirty years after the fall of the Iron Curtain, the “European project” finds itself at yet another critical juncture. Against this background, the 168th Bergedorf Round Table took place from 21-23 June 2018, and explored how to strengthen unity and cohesion in the EU.

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Two decades since the Dayton Accords, the Western Balkans remain a region that is both volatile and of vital political, economic and strategic interest to the European Union and beyond. The 167th Bergedorf Round Table discussed 16 – 18 March in Sarajewo: "The Long Road to Europe: The Western Balkans between Domestic Challenges and Geopolitics".

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