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The 174th Bergedorf Round Table will explore how Americans and Europeans should bridge the Atlantic in a fragile geopolitical landscape.

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In our kick-off event with the Australian Minister for Defence, Linda Reynolds we launched our new digital event series “Munich Young Leaders Around the World”. With a focus on the Indo-Pacific region, the Munich Young Leaders discussed US-China relations, Hong Kong’s national security law, and possibilities for multilateral cooperation in Asia.

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Galip Dalay, Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy in Berlin, met with the members of the Körber Network Foreign Policy to discuss the current geopolitical developments in the Eastern Mediterranean.

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Linas Linkevičius, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania, spoke at Körber-Stiftung about the future of a common European Foreign and Security Policy, the situation in Belarus and the positioning of the European Union.

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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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