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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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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" is the topic, the 171st Bergedorf Round Table will discuss from 20 to 22 June in Hamburg.

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Members of the Körber History Reflection Group from 10 European countries discussed the current legacy of the Hitler-Stalin pact with representatives of the Office of the Federal President. Key question of the debate was how, today, 80 years after the onset of the Second World War, this could and should best be internationally remembered.

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Old myths and new propaganda, strong leaders and weak peace agreements, dangers for democracy and Europe's crises: there was much to discuss at the fourth Körber History Forum in Berlin. For two days, more than 200 scientists, politicians, journalists and intellectuals contentiously debated the past and occasionally looked cautiously to the future.

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The Foreign Minister of the Republic of Poland, Jacek Czaputowicz, discussed in Berlin visions for Europe from a Polish perspective. Further topics included the possible consequences of Brexit for Poland and the impact of China’s relations vis-à-vis Central and Eastern Europe.

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Elisabeth von Hammerstein, Körber Foundation, spoke with the British Think Tank Chatham House about Germany’s role in Europe on the occasion of the European Parliament elections. 15 years after the Eastern Enlargement of the European Union Germany plays a crucial role when it comes to overcoming current divisions within the EU.

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