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Clément Beaune, Advisor for Europe and G20, Presidency of the French Republic, discussed the French European policy conducted under President Macron, challenges for the EU’s trade policy and the necessity of a common European stance towards China and Russia.

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It is February 2021 and the US announces its withdrawal from NATO. A few months later, a crisis erupts in a NATO member state in the Western Balkans, followed by tensions in Eastern Europe. How would Europeans react to such a scenario? The Körber Policy Game discussed this situation.

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Manuel Muniz and Marietje Schaake are confident that the European Union has everything it needs to be a global leader in technology and innovation. Its new leadership team should therefore act immediately to create a strong innovation ecosystem and more. The article is part of our publication “Multilateralism is Dead. Long Live Multilateralism!”.

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On Project Syndicate Jasmine M. El-Gamal writes about how the perceived threat posed by Iran, the spread of regional terrorism, and the rise of political Islam have ruptured traditional alliances and created much more fluid patterns of multilateral cooperation. This article is also published in “Multilateralism is Dead. Long Live Multilateralism!”.

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On the occasion of the ten year anniversary of the Munich Young Leaders programme, the publication “Multilateralism is Dead. Long Live Multilateralism!” is available for download. The authors are members of the Munich Young Leaders programme, a joint initiative of Körber-Stiftung and the Munich Security Conference.

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The computer scientist has developed mathematical methods that have made a significant contribution to helping artificial intelligence (AI) reach its most recent heights. Therefor Schölkopf received the Körber Prize 2019, endowed with one Million euros.

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