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'''Christoph Bertram''' is a German [[journalist]].
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'''Christoph Bertram''' is a German [[journalist]] and member of the [[Bilderberg Steering Committee]]. Bertram studied law and political science in Berlin, Bonn amd Paris, and became assessor in 1967.[https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christoph_Bertram]
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After his studies, he became a trainee in the Directorate-General for External Relations of the [[European Commission]] and then went to the [[International Institute for Strategic Studies]] (IISS) in London as study director. Under Defense Minister (later Chancellor) [[Helmut Schmidt]], he helped expand new headquarters of the Defence Ministry. In 1974 he became director of the IISS, in 1982 he moved the big weekly newspaper [Die Zeit]], where he worked as editor of the politics section and as diplomatic correspondent. Bertram was a member of the editorial board of [[Foreign Policy]] Magazine, Washington, D.C. 
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In 1997 he became director of the think tank [[Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik]](German Institute for International and Security Affairs) in Berlin. The think tank advises the government in all foreign policy questions.
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From 2005 he held a visiting professorship at the [[SAIS Bologna Center]] of [[Johns Hopkins University]]. He is currently a member of the Board of Trustees of the Berlin Institute for Population and Development, which develops "Concepts for solving demographic problems."
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==Connections==
 
==Connections==
He was a member of the [[Bilderberg Steering Committee]].
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He was a member of the [[Bilderberg Steering Committee]] and from 1978 to 1998 regular participants in these conferences. He also active in the [[Bergedorf]] Round Table, where since 1961, high-ranking international politicians and experts have been discussing central questions of European foreign policy in a small and confidential group.
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(journalist)
Born3 September 1937
NationalityGerman
Member ofBilderberg/Steering committee

Christoph Bertram is a German journalist and member of the Bilderberg Steering Committee. Bertram studied law and political science in Berlin, Bonn amd Paris, and became assessor in 1967.[1]

After his studies, he became a trainee in the Directorate-General for External Relations of the European Commission and then went to the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) in London as study director. Under Defense Minister (later Chancellor) Helmut Schmidt, he helped expand new headquarters of the Defence Ministry. In 1974 he became director of the IISS, in 1982 he moved the big weekly newspaper [Die Zeit]], where he worked as editor of the politics section and as diplomatic correspondent. Bertram was a member of the editorial board of Foreign Policy Magazine, Washington, D.C.

In 1997 he became director of the think tank Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik(German Institute for International and Security Affairs) in Berlin. The think tank advises the government in all foreign policy questions.

From 2005 he held a visiting professorship at the SAIS Bologna Center of Johns Hopkins University. He is currently a member of the Board of Trustees of the Berlin Institute for Population and Development, which develops "Concepts for solving demographic problems."

Connections

He was a member of the Bilderberg Steering Committee and from 1978 to 1998 regular participants in these conferences. He also active in the Bergedorf Round Table, where since 1961, high-ranking international politicians and experts have been discussing central questions of European foreign policy in a small and confidential group.


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Events Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)
Bilderberg/197821 April 197823 April 1978US
New Jersey
Princeton University
Bilderberg/197927 April 197929 April 1979Austria
Baden
Clubhotel Schloss Weikersdorf
Bilderberg/198018 April 198020 April 1980Germany
Parkhotel Quellenhof
Bad Aachen
Bilderberg/198115 May 198117 May 1981Switzerland
Palace Hotel
Bürgenstock
Bilderberg/198214 May 198216 May 1982Norway
Sandefjord
Rica Park Hotel
Bilderberg/198411 May 198413 May 1984Sweden
Saltsjöbaden
The Grand Hotel
Bilderberg/198724 April 198726 April 1987Italy
Villa D'Este
Cernobbio
Bilderberg/199010 May 199013 May 1990New York
US
Glen Cove
Bilderberg/19916 June 19919 June 1991Germany
Baden-Baden
Steigenberger Hotel Badischer Hof
Bilderberg/199221 May 199224 May 1992France
Royal Club Evian
Evian-les-Bains
Bilderberg/199322 April 199325 April 1993Greece
Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel
Vouliagmeni
Bilderberg/19942 June 19945 June 1994Finland
Helsinki
Bilderberg/19958 June 199511 June 1995Greece
Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel
Vouliagmeni
Bilderberg/199630 May 19962 June 1996Canada
Toronto
Bilderberg/199814 May 199817 May 1998Scotland
Turnberry


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