News Archive of the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum

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Held only months after the election, this year’s Berlin Forum on 23 November will offer exclusive insights into Germany’s foreign policy agenda in the post-Merkel era.

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The Körber Foundation’s representative survey »Engagement or restraint?« show that the majority of Germans now expect the transatlantic relationship to normalize. The damage caused under President Donald Trump is not irreparable, says Nora Müller, Head of International Politics at the Körber Foundation.

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On 24 November the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum 2020 will take place in cooperation with the German Federal Foreign Office. Under the headline »Turning Crisis into Opportunity? Europe in a (Post-) Pandemic World Order«, the Forum will again set the stage for discussions on the most important current foreign policy challenges for Germany and Europe.

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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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On 27 November, Körber Foundation in cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office hosted the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum. Under the headline “Unite or Decline: Europe’s Future in an Unruly World” the Forum set the stage for discussions on the most important foreign policy challenges for Germany and Europe.

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On December 5, the foreign policy challenges for Germany and Europe will be discussed at this year’s Berlin Foreign Policy Forum by Körber-Stiftung in cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office. What are the consequences of the uncertain domestic situation in Germany for Europe? How will the transatlantic relations develop? Livestream!

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