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Anika Laudien

Project Manager Asia Program Bertelsmann Stiftung

For Anika Laudien, how Europe deals with China’s rise as a world power is one of the central challenges of our time. “There is a lot at stake in this systemic competition,” she says, “especially for the younger generation.” The 34-year-old from Hamburg works as a project manager in the Bertelsmann Stiftung’s Germany and Asia program, focusing primarily on China. In the seven-person team, Laudien designs studies, oversees networks, organizes conferences, and tries to “manage the debate with and about China”.

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