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ECFR's Board members are: Martti Ahtisaari (co-chair), Emma Bonino, Joschka Fischer (co-chair), Karin Forseke, Timothy Garton Ash, Ivan Krastev, Mabel van Oranje (co-chair), Andrew Puddephatt, Aleksander Smolar, Javier Solana

Asger Aamund (Denmark) - President and CEO, A. J. Aamund A/S and Chairman of Bavarian Nordic A/S
Urban Ahlin (Sweden) - Deputy Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee and foreign policy spokesperson for the Social Democratic Party
Martti Ahtisaari (Finland) - Chairman of the Board, Crisis Management Initiative; former President
Giuliano Amato (Italy) - former Prime Minister and Vice President of the European Convention
Dora Bakoyannis (Greece) - MP; former Foreign Minister
Lluís Bassets (Spain) - Deputy Director, El País
Marek Belka (Poland) - Governor, National Bank of Poland; former Prime Minister
Roland Berger (Germany) - Founder and Honorary Chairman, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants GmbH
Erik Berglöf (Sweden) - Chief Economist, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Boris Bianchieri (Italy) - President, ISPI (Istituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale
Jan Krzysztof Bielecki (Poland) - Chairman, Prime Minister's Economic Council; former Prime Minister
Carl Bildt (Sweden) - Foreign Minister
Henryka Bochniarz (Poland) - President, Polish Confederation of Private Employers - LEWIATAN
Svetoslav Bojilov (Bulgaria) - Founder, Communitas Foundation and President of Venture Equity Bulgaria Ltd
Emma Bonino (Italy) - Vice President of the Senate; former EU Commissioner
John Bruton (Ireland) - former European Commission Ambassador to the United States of America; former Prime Minister (Taoiseach)
Ian Buruma (The Netherlands) - Writer and academic
Erhrad Busek (Austria) - Chairman of the Institute for the Danube and Central Europe
Jerzy Buzek (Poland) - President of the European Parliament; former Prime Minister
Gunilla Carlsson (Sweden) - Minister for International Development Cooperation
Manuel Castells (Spain) - Professor, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya and University of Southern California
Ipek Cem Taha (Turkey) - Director of Melak Investments; journalist
Charles Clarke (United Kingdom) - Visiting Professor of Politics, University of East Anglia; former Home Secretary
Nicola Clase (Sweden) - Ambassador to the United Kingdom; former State Secretary
Daniel Cohn-Bendit (Germany) - Member of European Parliament
Robert Cooper (United Kingdom) - Counsellor of the European External Action Service
Gerhard Cromme (Germany) - Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the ThyssenKrupp
Massimo D’Alema (Italy) - President, Italianieuropei Foundation; President, Foundation for European Progressive Studies; former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister
Marta Dassù (Italy) - Director General International Activities, Aspen Institute Italia
Etienne Davignon (Belgium) - President, Friends of Europe; former Vice President of the European Commission
Ahmet Davutoglu (Turkey) - Foreign Minister
Aleš Debeljak (Slovenia) - Poet and Cultural Critic
Jean-Luc Dehaene (Belgium) - Member of European Parliament; former Prime Minister
Gianfranco Dell'Alba (Italy) - Director, Confederation of Italian Industry (Confindustria) - Brussels office; former Member of European Parliament
Pavol Demeš (Slovakia) - Senior Transatlantic Fellow, German Marshall Fund of the United States(Bratislava)
Kemal Dervis (Turkey) - Vice-President and Director of Global Economy and Development
Tibor Dessewffy (Hungary) - President, DEMOS Hungary
Andrew Duff (United Kingdom) - Member of European Parliament
Mikuláš Dzurinda (Slovakia) - Foreign Minister
Hans Eichel (Germany) - former Finance Minister
Rolf Ekeus (Sweden) - Director of the United Nations Special Commission on Iraq
Uffe Ellemann-Jensen (Denmark) - Chairman, Baltic Development Forum; former Foreign Minister
Steven Everts (The Netherlands) - Adviser to the Vice President of the European Commission/EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy
Gianfranco Fini (Italy ) - President, Chamber of Deputies; former Foreign Minister
Tanja Fajon (Slovenia) - Member of European Parliament
Joschka Fischer (Germany) - former Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor
Karin Forseke (Sweden/USA) - Business Leader; former CEO Carnegie Investment Bank
Jaime Gama (Portugal) - Speaker of the Parliament; former Foreign Minister
Timothy Garton Ash (United Kingdom) - Professor of European Studies, Oxford University
Carlos Gaspar (Portugal) - Chairman of the Portuguese Institute of International Relations (IPRI)
Anthony Giddens (United Kingdom) - Emeritus Professor, London School of Economics
Teresa Patricio Gouveia (Portugal) - Trustee to the Board of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation; former Foreign Minister
Heather Grabbe (United Kingdom) - Executive Director, Open Society Institute – Brussels
Jean-Marie Guéhenno (France) - Director of the Centre on International Conflict Resolution, Columbia University (New York); Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution; former Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations at the UN Operations at the UN
Fernando Andresen Guimarães (Portugal) - Deputy Political Director, Directorate General for External Relations, European Commission
Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (Germany) - former Defence Minister
István Gyarmati (Hungary) - President and CEO, International Centre for Democratic Transition
Hans Hækkerup (Denmark) - Chairman, Defence Commission; former Defence Minister
Vaclav Havel (Czech Republic) - former President
Steven Heinz (Austria) - Co-founder & Co-Chairman, Lansdowne Partners Ltd
Annette Heuser (Germany) - Executive Director, Bertelsmann Foundation Washington DC
Diego Hidalgo (Spain) - Co-founder of Spanish newspaper El País; President, FRIDE
Jaap de Hoop Scheffer (The Netherlands) - former NATO Secretary General
Danuta Hübner (Poland) - Member of the European Parliament; former European Commissioner
Michiel van Hulten (The Netherlands) - former Member of European Parliament
Anna Ibrisagic (Sweden) - Member of European Parliament
Jaakko Iloniemi (Finland) - former Ambassador and former Executive Director, Crisis Management Initiative
Wolfgang Ischinger (Germany) - Chairman, Munich Security Conference; Global Head of Government Affairs Allianz SE
Lionel Jospin (France) - former Prime Minister
Mary Kaldor (United Kingdom) - Professor, London School of Economics
Sylvie Kauffmann (France) - Executive Editor of Le Monde
Glenys Kinnock (United Kingdom) - former Member of European Parliament; Shadow Lords Spokesperson on International Development
Olli Kivinen (Finland) - Writer and columnist
Gerald Knaus (Austria) - Chairman of the European Stability Initiative and Carr Center Fellow
Caio Koch-Weser (Germany) - Vice Chairman, Deutsche Bank Group; former State Secretary
Rem Koolhaas (The Netherlands) - Architect and urbanist; Professor at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University
Ivan Krastev (Bulgaria) - Chair of Board, Centre for Liberal Strategies
Aleksander Kwaśniewski (Poland) - former President
Mart Laar (Estonia) - MP; former Prime Minister
Miroslav Lajčák (Slovakia) - Managing Director for Russia, Eastern Neighbourhood & Western Balkans, European External Action Service; former Foreign Minister
Pascal Lamy (France) - Honorary President, Notre Europe and Director-General of WTO; former EU Commissioner
Mark Leonard (United Kingdom) - Director, European Council on Foreign Relations
Juan Fernando López Aguilar (Spain) - Member of European Parliament; former Minister of Justice
Helena Luczywo (Poland) - Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Gazeta Wyborcza
Adam Lury (United Kingdom) - CEO, Menemsha Ltd
David Miliband (United Kingdom) - former Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
Alain Minc (France) - Head of AM Conseil; former chairman, Le Monde
Nickolay Mladenov (Bulgaria) - Foreign Minister; former Defence Minister; former Member of European Parliament
Dominique Moisi (France) - Senior Adviser, IFRI
Pierre Moscovici (France) - MP; former Minister for European Affairs
Nils Muiznieks (Latvia) - Director, Advanced Social and Political Research Institute, University of Latvia
Hildegard Müller (Germany) - Chairwoman, BDEW Bundesverband der Energie- und Wasserwirtschaft
Wolfgang Münchau (Germany) - President, Eurointelligence ASBL
Kalypso Nicolaïdis (Greece/France) - Professor of International Relations, University of Oxford
Daithi O'Ceallaigh (Ireland) - Director-General, Institute of International and European Affairs
Christine Ockrent (Belgium) - CEO, Audiovisuel Extérieur de la France
Andrzej Olechowski (Poland) - former Foreign Minister
Dick Oosting (The Netherlands) - CEO, European Council on Foreign Relations; former Europe Director, Amnesty International
Mabel van Oranje (The Netherlands) - CEO, The Elders
Marcelino Oreja Aguirre (Spain) - Presidente del Instituto de Estudios Europeos, Universidad San Pablo CEU . Ex ministro de Asuntos Exteriores
Cem Özdemir (Germany) - Leader, Bündnis90/Die Grünen (Green Party)
Ana Palacio (Spain) - former Foreign Minister; former Senior President and General Counsel of the World Bank Group
Simon Panek (Czech Republic) - Chairman, People in Need Foundation
Chris Patten (United Kingdom) - Chancellor of Oxford University and co-chair of the International Crisis Group; former EU Commissioner
Diana Pinto (France) - Historian and author
Jean Pisani-Ferry (France) - Director, Bruegel and Professor at Universite Paris-Dauphine
Ruprecht Polenz (Germany) - MP and Chairman of the Bundestag Foreign Affairs Committee
Lydie Polfer (Luxembourg) - MP; former Foreign Minister
Andrew Puddephatt (United Kingdom) - Director, Global Partners & Associated Ltd.
Vesna Pusić (Croatia) - MP, President of the National Committee for Monitoring the EU Accession Negotiations and Professor of Sociology, University of Zagreb
George Robertson (United Kingdom) - former Secretary General of NATO
Albert Rohan (Austria) - former Secretary General for Foreign Affairs
Dariusz Rosati (Poland) - former Foreign Minister
Adam D. Rotfeld (Poland) - former Minister of Foreign Affairs; Co-Chairman of Polish-Russian Group on Difficult Matters, Commissioner of Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative
Daniel Sachs (Sweden) - CEO, Proventus
Stefano Sannino (Italy) - Deputy Director General for Enlargement, European Commission
Pierre Schori (Sweden) - Chair of Olof Palme Memorial Fund; former Director General, FRIDE; former SRSG to Cote d´Ivoire
Wolfgang Schüssel (Austria) - MP; former Chancellor
Karel Schwarzenberg (Czech Republic) - Foreign Minister
Giuseppe Scognamiglio (Italy) - Head of Public Affairs - Executive Vice President - Unicredit SpA
Narcís Serra (Spain) - Chair of CIDOB Foundation; former Vice President of the Spanish Government
Radosław Sikorski (Poland) - Foreign Minister
Aleksander Smolar (Poland) - Chairman of the Board, Stefan Batory Foundation
Javier Solana (Spain) - former EU High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy & Secretary-General of the Council of the EU; former Secretary General of NATO
George Soros (Hungary/USA) - Founder and Chairman, Open Society Institute
Goran Stefanovski (Macedonia) - Playwright and academic
Rory Stewart (United Kingdom) - Member of Parliament
Dominique Strauss-Kahn (France) - Managing Director, International Monetary Fund; former Finance Minister
Alexander Stubb (Finland) - Foreign Minister
Michael Stürmer (Germany) - Chief Correspondent, Die Welt
Ion Sturza (Romania) - President, GreenLight Invest.; former Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova
Helle Thorning Schmidt (Denmark) - Leader of the Social Democratic Party
Teija Tiilikainen (Finland) - Director at the Finnish Institute for International Relations
Loukas Tsoukalis (Greece) - Professor, University of Athens and President, ELIAMEP
Erkki Tuomioja (Finland) - MP; former Foreign Minister
Daniel Valtchev (Bulgaria) - former deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education
Vaira Vike-Freiberga (Latvia) - former President
Antonio Vitorino (Portugal) - Lawyer; former EU Commissioner
Andre Wilkens (Germany) - Director for International Relations, Stiftung Mercator
Shirley Williams (United Kingdom) - Professor Emeritus, Kennedy School of Government; former Leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords
Carlos Alonso Zaldívar (Spain) - Ambassador to Brazil

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