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Körber Policy Game
   

Körber Policy Game

In the Körber Policy Game a small group of high-ranking international politicians, government officials, and experts discuss and analyze the interests of various foreign policy actors in the context of a fictional scenario. The Körber Policy Game is based on the idea of projecting current foreign and security policy trends into a future scenario – seeking to develop both a deeper understanding of the interests and priorities of the different players and possible policy options.

New Publication

Escalation in the Taiwan Strait: What to Expect from Europe?

The report presents the results and policy recommendations of the Körber Policy Game, which took place in May 2021 in cooperation with Chatham House.

Four country teams from France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Italy discussed the implications of a conflict between the United States and China in the Taiwan Strait for international security in a fictional scenario. The publication presents an assessment of how Europeans would deal with such a crisis and presents interests and risks in a trade-off between values, security, and economic priorities.

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Previous Körber Policy Games

Körber Policy Game 2020, Online, 8-9 July 2020
“Post-COVID-19: Which future for the European project?”
The Körber Policy Game took place in cooperation with Carnegie Europe.
Commentary “What If the EU’s Economic Recovery Plan Fails?”

Körber Policy Game 2019, Neuhardenberg, 1-2 July, 2019
"European Security in Times of Crisis"
The Körber Policy Game took place in cooperation with the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS).
Results and Policy Recommendations (PDF)

Körber Policy Game 2018, Berlin, 1-2 July, 2018
“Crisis Management in Turkey’s Neighborhood”
Op-Ed and Podcast by Joost Hiltermann, Programme Director, Middle East and North Africa, International Crisis Group (ICG), Brussels
Does Turkey still belong to the West? (PDF) Perspectives by Andreas Nick und Taha Özhan

Körber Policy Game 2015, Berlin, 8-9 May 2015
“Cooperation or Confrontation? The Middle East After the Nuclear Deal”
Conference Report (PDF)

Körber Policy Game 2014, Berlin, 4-5 April 2014
“Security in East Asia”
Conference Report (PDF)

Körber Policy Game 2013, Berlin, 3-4 May 2013
“Crisis Management in Eastern Europe”
Conference Report (PDF)

Photos: Marc Darchinger

Contact

Dr. Liana Fix
Programme Director
Berlin Foreign Policy Forum; Körber Policy Game; Körber Strategic Stability Initiative; The Berlin Pulse

+49 • 30 • 206 267 - 77
fix@koerber-stiftung.de
Twitter @LianaFix

Xenia Kelemen
Programme Manager
Berlin Foreign Policy Forum; Körber Policy Game

+49 • 30 • 206 267 - 84
kelemen@koerber-stiftung.de

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