Julia Ganter

Julia Ganter

Editor, The Berlin Pulse, Körber-Stiftung

Julia Ganter is Programme Manager for International Affairs and the Editor of The Berlin Pulse, the annual foreign policy publication of Körber-Stiftung. 

Prior to joining Körber-Stiftung, she coordinated the Task Force for Protecting Europe from Economic Coercion at the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR).

She gained previous work experience in the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin, the GIZ in Brasília, the German Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations (ifa), from NGO-work in Brazil and as editor of the monthly magazine Lateinamerika Nachrichten.

Julia Ganter holds a Master’s degree in International Relations from the Free University of Berlin, Humboldt University Berlin and the University of Potsdam.




German Chancellor Olaf Scholz gesticulates during a joint press conference with Danish Prime Minister following talks at the Chancellery on 9 February 2022 in Berlin, Germany. (Michele Tantussi/Pool/AFP)

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