Joschka Fischer

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Joschka Fischer was a member of the German national parliament and the first Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor of Germany from the Green Party under Chancellor Gerhard Schröder from 1998 to 2005.

Joschka played a key role in founding Germany’s Green Party, which he led for almost two decades. During his time in politics and government, he was influential in various aspects of Germany’s foreign policy and international relations, covering military initiatives, fiscal reform and environmental action.

Following his career in politics, Joschka has served as a visiting professor at Princeton University, as a founding member of the board of trustees at the Arab Democracy Foundation and as a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the European Council on Foreign Relations.

Since 2008, Joschka has been a Senior Strategic Counsel of the Albright Group. He is also a member of the Spinelli Group, serves on the Board of the International Crisis Group and is Co-Chair of the European Council on Foreign Relations.

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Dan Diner

Dan Diner

Chair of the Foundation and its Governing Council
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Ngaire Woods

Ngaire Woods

Vice-Chair of the Governing Council
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Stuart Eizenstat

Stuart Eizenstat

American diplomat and attorney
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Dietmar Mueller-Elmau

Dietmar Mueller-Elmau

CEO and owner of Schloss Elmau
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Rachel Salamander

Rachel Salamander

Literary scholar, publicist and cultural commentator
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Peter Harf

Peter Harf

Chairman of the JAB Holding Company
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Joschka Fischer

Joschka Fischer

Former Foreign Minister of Germany
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Martin Reimann

Martin Reimann

The voice of the Reimann family in the Foundation
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Eldar Shafir

Eldar Shafir

Director of Princeton’s Behavioral Science and Public Policy
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