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With the US disengaging from Asia and China threatening to dominate the region, Myong-Hyun Go, Shafqat Munir and Ambika Vishwanath call for a new Asian multilateralism that will require a much greater economic, political, and social commitment. The article is part of our publication »Multilateralism is Dead. Long Live Multilateralism!«.

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From 10 to 13 October 2019, the Körber History Reflection Group met in Lviv, Ukraine, in order to continue its interdisciplinary and transnational dialogue on the legacy of the World War era in Eastern and Central Europe.

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With a big event entitled "The Value of Europe. 30 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall", Körber-Stiftung and its partners will address various facets of the transition years in Europe on Tuesday, 15 October in Berlin from 6 p.m. onwards.

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Starting 10 October, the Körber History Reflection Group will convene in the Ukrainian city of Lviv, bringing together 25 high-ranking experts and allowing for confidential discussions on how to overcome diverging historical narratives in the former “bloodlands” of Europe.

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On the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York, more than fifty states accepted the invitation by German foreign minister Heiko Maas to become members of an Alliance for Multilateralism. In the Berlin Policy Journal , Ronja Scheler, Programme Director at Körber-Stiftung, makes three recommendations how the alliance can succeed.

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