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The Idea

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.

Summaries

Körber Policy Game 2018, Berlin, July 1-2, 2018
Turkey and the West: At a Crossroads?
Körber Policy Game on Crisis Management in Turkey’s Neighbourhood
Op-Ed and Podcast by Dr. Joost Hiltermann, Programme Director, Middle East and North Africa, International Crisis Group (ICG), Brussels

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

Liana Fix
Programme Director
Berlin Foreign Policy Forum; German-Russian International Dialogue; Körber Policy Game

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

Theresa Kirch
Programme Manager
Berlin Foreign Policy Forum; German-Russian International Dialogue; Körber Policy Game

Phone +49 • 30 • 206 267 - 69
E-Mail kirch@koerber-stiftung.de

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