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On the eve of the Germany presidency of the EU Council and Brexit negotiations entering their conclusive phase, Körber-Stiftung invited experts from throughout the continent to join in a History and Politics Dialogue with social and political researcher Sophia Gaston, director of the British Foreign Policy Group, and historian Helene von Bismarck.

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From post-Cold War to post-Corona, the online dialogue format focused on the question of strategic preparedness for great power rivalry in historic perspective.

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The History & Politics Dialogue hosted eminent Russian historian and expert on imperial and World War history Alexander Semyonov. He gave insight into most recent commemorative developments concerning World War Two in Russia, with a particular focus on how these were affected by the ongoing Corona pandemic.

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The first event in the series "History and Politics Dialogue" was a digital round table discussion with the British economic historian Adam Tooze. Against the background of the Corona crisis, Tooze took a look at postponed decisions, dangers for world trade and Europe's position in the world.

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As a necessary measure to contain the Corona virus, the Körber History Forum 2020 has been cancelled. Our goal of discussing the political dimension of history and the historical dimension of politics remains. Especially in times of crisis, it is important to stay in touch with each other and to jointly find ways to disarm history.

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Past, present and future challenges of the Middle East will be a key topic at this year’s Körber History Forum. Bernd Vogenbeck, Körber-Stiftung, spoke with acclaimed British historian James Barr about how internal and external designs clashed in the region and continue to generate tensions today.

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