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News Archive of the focus “Russia in Europe”


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The German-Russian relationship has reached a low point. Andrey Kortunov, General Director of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) in Moscow, and Liana Fix, Programme Director in the International Affairs Department at Körber-Stiftung, examine perspectives for a future German Russia policy.

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During the seventh session of the German-Russian International Dialogue participants discussed, amongst other things, potential implications of the new coalition in Germany and the presidential elections in Russia on German-Russian relations.

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Are we witnessing the demise of a common vision of Europe? Looking back at previous experiences can provide orientation for the future. Ivan Krastev, Chairman of the Centre for Liberal Strategies in Sofia, will open the Körber History Forum 2018 by examining the current and historic rifts in Europe.

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The Ukraine conflict and the resulting sanctions are to blame for the ice-cold political climate between Russia and the EU – Germans, Russians and Poles agree on this. This has emerged from the representative survey "Russia in Europe: A Cold War in People's Minds?" conducted by Kantar Public on behalf of the Körber Foundation.

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Russian-European relations were the central theme of the Körber Conference on November 9 and 10. The common past and current challenges for “Russia in Europe” were discussed by political experts, Nobel laureate for literature Herta Müller and historian Irina Sherbakova.

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Creating a unified, streamlined narrative about a country´s glorious and heroic past is one of the most powerful weapons widely used by authoritarian and nationalist governments. In her contribution for Strategic Europe, Carnegie Europe’s blog, Gabriele Woidelko, Körber Foundation, analyses the current perception of history in Russia.

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