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The Körber Policy Game is based on the idea of projecting current foreign and security policy trends into a future scenario. At this year’s Körber Policy Game, a small group of participants from Germany, France, Poland, Great Britain and the United States discussed a fictional crisis scenario within NATO and Europe.

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Is Britain’s vision of reinvigorating its global position within a “Commonwealth 2.0” a misconception of past colonial greatness? In the latest episode of our podcast History & Politics, historian Philip Murphy talks about colonial legacies of the British Empire in times of Brexit and British attempts to reconcile with the past.

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The German physicist, mathematician and computer scientist Bernhard Schölkopf is to receive the Körber European Science Prize, endowed with one million euros. He has developed mathematical methods that have made a significant contribution to helping artificial intelligence (AI) reach its most recent heights.

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Nationalism, protectionism and escalating great-power rivalries threaten to shake the multilateral system to its core. "Defending Multilateralism: What It Takes to Uphold the Rules-Based International System" was the topic, the 171st Bergedorf Round Table discussed from 20 to 22 June in Hamburg.

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Climate change, terrorism, digitalisation and migration – many of the challenges we face today know no borders. Solutions will depend on a world working in concert, yet our multilateral order is under fire. On behalf of Körber-Stiftung a representative survey on multilateralism has been conducted in Germany.

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Kiron Skinner, Director of Policy Planning Staff in the U.S. State Department, met with representatives from the German Bundestag and various ministries as well as experts from think tanks and the private sector at Körber Foundation. She spoke about current political changes in the United States and the future of transatlantic relations.

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