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How the Corona Pandemic Affects Our Work

With its contingency measures, the Foundation wants to help protect the health of the greater community and flatten the COVID-19 curve.

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How Climate Change is Fueling Conflict

At this year’s Munich Security Conference, the Robert Bosch Stiftung hosted a panel discussion on the interlinkages of climate change and conflict.

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“We Need to Do Something to Fight the Online Strongholds of Radicalization!”

How can we effectively restrict right-wing extremist content on the internet? Julia Ebner on the findings of her new study.

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USA and Europe: Partnering for Climate Protection?

Will the USA and Europe manage to partner up and address the global climate challenge together?

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UN@75 - Shaping our Future Together

To mark its 75th anniversary, the United Nations will launch the biggest-ever global conversation on the role of global cooperation in building the future we want.

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Fire in the Amazon: "Deforestation Rate Will Go Up Again"

Scientist Jan Börner explains where the fires come from, what their effects are, and why we should react more cautiously.

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China and North Korea: Obscure Alliance

The U.S. have made very clear demands of North Korea: Nuclear disarmament in exchange for an end to sanctions. But what exactly are China’s interests in relations with its neighbor – and vice versa?

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Daring More Europe

Experts discussed the topic "Europe’s post-American future?" at the BBTI Annual Convening 2019.

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Shaping the Digital Future

A UN expert group explored how closer international cooperation in the digital age may help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

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What About Western Hypocrisy?

Ivan Krastev, former Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow of the Robert Bosch Academy, has researched into the causes and implications of a growing criticism.

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The New Bosch Health Campus: State-of-the-Art Patient Care

The Bosch Health Campus in Stuttgart will be a new center for state-of-the-art, patient-oriented medicine, emphasizing treatment, research, and training.

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Malnutrition and Fast Food in Sub-Saharan Africa

What is the connection between different diets and climate change? Dr. Ina Danquah is planning to develop sustainable nutrition strategies.

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Artificial Intelligence Needs Rules

Expert Olaf Groth advocates a global set of rules as well as limits for the ‘digital barons.’

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Talking to Armed Rebels

The number of armed conflicts around the world has increased significantly. Should mediators also talk to non-state armed groups? Experts discussed this question at the 2019 Munich Security Conference.

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German-Arab Film Teams Realize New Projects

The winners produce their films in which they tackle difficult subjects, addressing the long-term implications of political arrest or homosexuality.

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Integration Policy of Tomorrow

How can new immigrants be supported in settling in and communities in integrating them? A working group has developed hands-on approaches.

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"The Jungle Grows Back"

In Berlin, experts and diplomats discussed America, Europe, and the erosion of the liberal international order.

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"This Program Has Hit a Nerve"

German President Steinmeier wanted to get to know the “Land Reclaimers” who are committed to increasing the quality of life in the countryside.
 

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For a National Action Plan on Migration

The implementation of the UN Global Compact for Migration could provide an opportunity for an overall approach to migration policy in Germany.

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Russia and the U.S. – two Forces, two Worlds

The history of both countries can be described as a time full of misunderstandings. Joshua Yaffa reports as Russian correspondent to “The New Yorker”.

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