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Relations between Britain and Germany have a long history of easily disappointed expectations. Historian Helene von Bismarck outlines why the Brexit negotiations during Germany’s EU Council Presidency ought to be discussed bearing that past in mind.

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At the start of Germany’s presidency over the EU Council during a time of exceptional challenges, Körber-Stiftung hosted award-winning historian Philipp Ther for an online debate on the past and current state of the Union.

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Kersti Kaljulaid, President of the Republic of Estonia, talked at the Berlin Hotel Adlon about the future of NATO, the expectations towards the upcoming German EU Council presidency, and the Three Seas Initiative, an infrastructure project to strengthen the economies of Central and Eastern European countries.

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Körber European Science Prize 2020 goes to Botond Roska. The Hungarian physician revolutionised ophthalmology with his work and is one of the world's leading experts in the study of vision and the retina.

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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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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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