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Germany's Soft Power Policy 2030

Panel discussionHertie SchoolFriedrichstraße 18010117 Berlin
18:00 – 19:30
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​Scenarios for an Unsettled World

In cooperation with ifa - Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, the Hertie School is conducting a foresight project which focusses on a key question facing Germany's future foreign policy: what are possible future soft power approaches in terms of narratives, strategies, goals, policies, programmes and activities, given changing geopolitics among major powers, and divergent global scenarios for foreign affairs?

To address these questions, the project puts Germany in a comparative framework of international relations that considers the geopolitics and soft power approaches of the European Union, the United States of America, the United Kingdom, the Russian Federation, The People's Republic of China, and the Republic of India. In each case, we consider the role of soft power in the context of a country's hard and sharp power.

Registration: In order to participate at the live event, you must register prior to the event. The panel discussion will be followed by a reception.

Please note: the panel will be held in English.

The livestream can be visited here. No registration is needed.

Speaker

Welcome words:
Sebastian Körber, ifa
 
Speaker:
Helmut K. Anheier, Hertie School
Ute Frevert, Max Planck Institute for Human Development Berlin
Thorsten Benner, GPPI
Peter Kettner, Foreign Office
Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Europe
 
Moderation:
Melinda Crane

More information on the speakers can be found here.

In collaboration with

ECP Monitor: a collaboration between Hertie School and ifa

The External Cultural Policy (ECP) Monitor provides information on key data such as the economy and geopolitical position of selected countries and presents relevant information on their external cultural policy (ECP) measures. Concise country profiles and reports structure quantitative data and contextual information, e.g. on culture and art, language, education, science and research or media.

The ECP Monitor is a collaborative project of the Hertie School with ifa's Library and ifa's Research Programme

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