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RIAC at 169th Bergedorf Round Table

... Office of the International Department of the CPC Central Committee, took place in Beijing. On December 9–10, 2018, the 169th Bergedorf Round Table, organized by the Körber Stiftung in partnership with the Research Office of the International Department ... ... various issues of international relations from the EU and China. Frank-Walter Steinmeier, President of the Federal Republic of Germany, having an official visit to China, addressed the round table participants. Russia at the round table was represented ...

14.12.2018

Russia and Europe: Friends, Foes of None of the Above?

On May 21¬–23, Saint Petersburg hosted the 165th Bergedorf Round Table organized by the renown German Körber Foundation and Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC). On May 21­–23, Saint Petersburg hosted the 165th Bergedorf Round Table organized by the renown German Körber Foundation and ...

24.05.2017

162nd Bergedorf Round Table in Moscow

July 12, 2016, was the final day of the 162nd Bergedorf Round Table held by the German Körber Stiftung and the Russian International Affairs Council with traditional participation of politicians, businesspersons and key experts on foreign affairs from the EU, Russia and the United States. The ...

14.07.2016

Russia and Europe: Together or Apart? The 162nd Bergedorf Round Table in Moscow

On July 11, 2016, Moscow became the venue for the 162nd Bergedorf Round Table titled “Russia and Europe: What Unites Us, What Divides Us?” held by the Russian International Affairs Council and the Körber Foundation , Germany, with participation of key Russian and European politicians, experts and public figures. The Bergedorf Round Table is a prominent platform for discussion of pressing global problems held every six months in various countries. Igor Ivanov's Speech at the 162nd Bergedorf Round Table (In Russian) The 162nd Bergedorf Round Table in Moscow Photo ...

11.07.2016

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