Schlangenbader Gespräche

Schlangenbad Talks is a series of German-Russian bilateral conferences on issues related to foreign policy and security. Gathering some 50 participants – politicians, military and business people, academics and journalists – the talks are taking place since 1998 in spring each year.

The Schlangenbad Talks are jointly organized by PRIF and the Moscow office of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. They build upon support by the Moscow office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) RAN.

Learn more on the web site of the project to find programs, list of participants and protocols of the talks.

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