High-level seminar by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
After two generations of increasing global interconnectedness, the post-World War II order is fraying. The benefits of globalization are being questioned. Slow global growth, increasing inequality, refugee flows, and the rise of nationalist and protectionist positions pose difficult challenges to global interconnectedness. Fresh perspectives on how advanced, developing, and emerging market countries will shape the global geopolitical landscape will be explored during this high-level seminar, the third in a series that started in Washington and was continued in Beijing.
Dr. Arend Oetker
Dr. David Lipton
First Deputy Managing Director, IMF
Professor Ian Bremmer
New York University; President, Eurasia Group
Dr. Gesa Miehe-Nordmeyer
Head of the G7/G20 Sherpa Team, Chancellery
Dr. Constanze Stelzenmüller
Senior Robert Bosch Fellow, Brookings Institution
Dr. Daniela Schwarzer
Otto Wolff-Director of the Research Institute, DGAP
The seminar will be held in English.