The world around us is changing. The global order is in turmoil as long-standing political traditions are called into question and institutions on the regional and global level are coming under attack. While some struggle to adjust to an international system in flux, others seek to push the boundaries of the liberal order, pursuing a new distribution of power and putting national political and economic interests ahead of the maintenance of a precarious international order.
How will Europe and Germany adjust to the emerging multipolar world? What tools do they have at their disposal to prevent a deterioration of global order – and what tools are available to pursue national interests? Has Realpolitik come back in style to replace foreign policy ideals? And can diplomacy remain a safeguard for international stability?
- International Security Forum, October 25, 2017 (by invitation only)
- Investing into the Future – Economic Strength as a Global Power Tool?, November 9, 2017, 6-8pm (c.t.)
- Participants: Dr. Werner Hoyer (President of the European Investment Bank) and Prof. Dr. Isabel Schnabel (Professor of Financial Economics at Bonn University and Member of the German Council of Economic Experts)
- Registration: http://cisg-bonn.com/2017/10/event-registration-november-9-2017
- „War es das mit den Idealen? Gibt es Alternativen für die deutsche Außenpolitik?“, 13. Dezember 2017, 12-14 Uhr (c.t.) – AUSGEBUCHT
- Diskutanten: Dr. Gregor Gysi (Präsident der Europäischen Linken) und Stefan Kornelius (Ressortleiter Außenpolitik, Süddeutsche Zeitung)
- Cyber Security Slam, 30. Januar 2018
- The new U.S. National Security Strategy, February 15, 2018, 6-8pm (c.t.)
- Participant: Prof. Dr. Charles Kupchan (Professor of International Affairs, Georgetown University, and Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations) und Jan Techau (Senior Fellow and Director Europe Program, German Marshall Fund of the United States)
This event series is supported by the ‚Stiftung Internationale Begegnung der Sparkasse Bonn‘.