Annalena Baerbock

Berlin Foreign Policy Forum

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Since its establishment in 2011, the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum has become the most important annual foreign policy gathering in Berlin. The Berlin Forum convenes high-ranking national and international politicians, government representatives, experts and journalists to discuss the foreign policy challenges for Germany and Europe. In addition to the German foreign policy community, more than half of the participants come from other European countries, the Middle East, Asia and the United States.

The Berlin Forum was initiated on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the re-establishment of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs after the Second World War and is hosted in cooperation with the Ministry.

The stated aim of the Berlin Forum is to stimulate interest in central foreign policy topics among a wider public in Germany and other countries, and for this reason our pro-active public relations support makes full use of the new media. We place particular emphasis on participation by the younger generation.

Berlin Foreign Policy Forum 2023

Of Paradigms and Power Shifts – Steering Through a Contested International Order

At the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum on 28 November 2023, high-ranking politicians and experts will discuss Germany's role in power shifts within Europe as well as in the global landscape.

Berlin Forum 2022

The Price of Peace: Rethinking Security for Germany and Europe

At the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum on 18 October 2022, high-ranking politicians and experts discussed, among others, the security implications of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Past Conferences and Publications

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Dr. Sarah Pagung

Programme Director
Berlin Foreign Policy Forum, Körber Policy Game

Philip Lott

Programme Manager
Berlin Foreign Policy Forum, Körber Policy Game

Leslie Schübel

Programme Manager
Berlin Foreign Policy Forum, Körber Network Foreign Policy, Munich Young Leaders

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