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Salzburg Global Chronicle 2017 - President's Report - report now online
Salzburg Global Chronicle 2017 - President's Report - report now online
Salzburg Global Seminar 
Anniversary edition of report looks back upon four distinct eras in Salzburg Global Seminar's history
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The Innovators - 2005 onwards
The Innovators - 2005 onwards
Oscar Tollast and Nicole Bogart 
Salzburg Global Seminar’s mission is to challenge current and future leaders to solve issues of global concern. We bring next generation change-makers to Salzburg to share their own experiences and also to gain insights from peers and potential collaborators and mentors from around the world. But the going out of our gates is more important than the coming in. Salzburg Global aims to turbo-charge these outstanding young leaders in their work to transform their institutions, communities and countries.
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People and Power – 2005 onwards
People and Power – 2005 onwards
Louise Hallman 
In an increasingly interconnected and volatile world, citizens seek leaders with answers as well as opportunities to take greater control over their lives. The work of Salzburg Global Seminar and of our Fellows remains at the forefront of leading global solutions.
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The Globalizers 1990 to 2004
The Globalizers 1990 to 2004
Nicole Bogart and Oscar Tollast 
It began with the aim to help Europeans learn about America and re-engage with each other, but over the decades, the Salzburg Seminar became Salzburg Global Seminar as our Fellows came from ever further afield and took their experiences out into the wider world.
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A Globalizing World – 1990 to 2004
A Globalizing World – 1990 to 2004
Louise Hallman 
A globalizing world called for a globalizing Salzburg Seminar. No longer focused on American  studies, the Seminar moved eastwards and southwards, tackling common concerns from economics and education, to the environment and peace-building.
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The Risers - 1962 to 1989
The Risers - 1962 to 1989
Oscar Tollast and Nicole Bogart 
Founded as a place for young Europeans to learn about America, Salzburg Global Seminar has a long history of identifying not only those of prominence in their field but also those of great promise. During the Cold War years, the Seminar served as an important juncture on many Fellows’ professional journeys, especially for those who would take on roles in their countries’ democratic transitions.
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Cold War Crossroads – 1962 to 1989
Cold War Crossroads – 1962 to 1989
Louise Hallman 
In the heart of Europe, where East met West, the Seminar played an important role in bridging Cold War divides. Geographic expansion beyond Europe and thematic expansion beyond American studies gave the Seminar even greater purpose.
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