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Renaud Gerard moderates opening panel at Rhodes Forum 2018

Gerard will lead a discussion focussed on how dialogue can help produce sustainable solutions for a truly multilateral world.
The opening panel is titled ‘Making multilateralism work: Enhancing dialogue in peace, security, and development’. Two high-level participants are Joschka Fischer, who served as foreign minister and vice chancellor of Germany between 1998 and 2005, and Miguel Ángel Moratinos, Spain’s minister of foreign affairs between 2000 and 2010.
Renaud Girard, born 25 May 1955 in New York, is a French journalist and writer. He studied at the École normale supérieure and the École nationale d’administration. He has worked as a war correspondent and written books about the Middle East, geopolitics, and international relations.
Bringing together leaders from academia, politics, and the business community, the Dialogue of Civilizations Rhodes Forum continues in the tradition of previous years, with a focus on developing practical policy recommendations through dialogue and cooperation. ​
 

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Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute, Berlin, 10 October 2018 – The Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute’s Rhodes Forum 2018, ‘Making Multilateralism Work: Enhancing Dialogue on Peace, Security, and Development’, which was held 5-6 October, brought together policy-makers from across the world in a spirit of open dialogue and enquiry, to consider current challenges, promote innovative […]

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Rhodes, 5 October 2018: Joschka Fischer, German Foreign Minister until 2005, underlined the necessity of the United States of America remaining part of the multilateral world. Speaking at the 2018 Rhodes Forum, Fischer expressed the opinion that the American body politic beyond the president and the immediate White House team still shared a sense of […]

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