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Fifteen years ago, the former Soviet Republics Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania joined the European Union. How can the most recent development of the Baltics be characterised and what significance does the region have for the European Union? The Estonian-Canadian political scientist Andres Kasekamp explains.

 

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Edi Rama, Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania, presented his thoughts on the Balkans meeting, that Chancellor Merkel and Emmanuel Macron, the French President, had hosted the day before. Albania’s relations with its European neighbours and China’s role in the region were at the heart of the breakfast discussion.

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April 30 marks the end of a Franco-German experiment of international politics: the twinning of two presidencies of the UN-Security Council. Ronja Scheler, Körber-Stiftung, and Nicole Koenig, Jacques Delors Institut, explain why the political impact has remained limited and what needs to be done to strengthen the European voice in the world.

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The power of manipulation and dealing with propaganda and ‘fake news‘ in past and present will be one of the topics of this year’s Körber History Forum. Panellist and historian Jo Fox shared her insight into current challenges.

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Vijay Gokhale, Foreign Secretary of India, spoke during a Political Breakfast about India's role in the re-shaping of the international order. The Indian-Chinese relations and the position of both states inside and outside Asia were also deliberated.

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António Vitorino, recently appointed Director General of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), spoke at Körber Foundation about the "Global Pact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration", which was endorsed by 164 states in December.

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