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Tzipi Livni, Chairperson of the Zionist Union and former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Israel, discussed in Berlin the regional changes after the nuclear agreement, current challenges for Israel’s foreign policy and different visions for the region’s future.

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Körber Foundation welcomed H.E. Majid Takht-Ravanchi, Deputy Foreign Minister, Islamic Republic of Iran. The discussion focused on the implications of the nuclear agreement and on current challenges and opportunities for Iran’s foreign policy.

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Jakob Preuss, a documentary filmmaker who won the Grimme-Award in 2012, met with members of the Körber Network Foreign Policy.

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59.5 million people are currently fleeing worldwide – the highest number to be registered by the UNHCR. The numerous international conflicts are beginning to impact the EU as well – most notably through the steady influx of refugees.

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On 7 September the Körber Foundation presented the Körber European Science Prize 2015 endowed with 750,000 euros to Nicola Spaldin in the Great Hall of Hamburg City Hall. The British scientist was honoured for her groundbreaking discoveries in materials research.

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