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Multi-polar World

Wolfgang Nowak, Political economist, Senior Economic Advisor to Gerhard Schroeder 1999-2003, Executive Board Spokesman, Alfred Herrhausen Society

1943 - Born in Berlin
1969 - Graduates, Tubingen University
1969 - Graduates, Lausanne University
1975 - Joins Department of Higher Education, UNESCO
1975 - Joins Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris
1990 - State Secretary for culture and education, Saxony
1990 - Represents Germany in cultural and scientific relations with Israel and Czech republic
1997 - Founder, Erich Pommer Institute for Media Law and Management, Potsdam University
1999 - Director-general for political analysis and planning, German Federal Chancellery
2003 - Managing director, Alfred Herrhausen Society for International Dialogue
2005 - Fellow, Centre for Applied Policy Research, Munich

The conference ‘Russia in the 21st century’ is being held in Moscow on 19-20th June. One of the main topics on the agenda is called ‘Forging Common Futures in a Multi-Polar World’. Our guest today is one the of organisers, Wolfgang Nowak.