JF&C maintains an exclusive partnership with the Albright Stonebridge Group in Washington, D.C., with offices in countries such as China, India and Brazil.

What we do

Joschka Fischer & Company advises businesses about international market environments, future political and social challenges, as well as opportunities for sustainable development.

The vast political and social dimensions of today’s global challenges have an immediate effect on corporate activities. It is essential business sectors be expanded responsibly, leading to positive contributions to sustainable development. With years of expertise and personal experience Joschka Fischer & Company helps its clients evaluate political environments worldwide and utilise this knowledge responsibly for international business development.

Joschka Fischer & Company GmbH was founded by Joschka Fischer and Dietmar Huber in 2009 and maintains an exclusive partnership with the Albright Stonebridge Group in Washington, D.C.

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Globalisation

Will it harm my business in the US if I continue to do business with this or that country? How do I best position my business on the Brazilian market? Where are the rapidly developing economies in Asia, such as China and India headed?

Digitisation

Digitisation is changing the fundamentals of the economy. It is changing products and production. Digitisation is turning business models on their heads and is redesigning value chains entirely.

Decarbonisation

In 2050, few, if any transport vehicles in Europe will produce CO2; the energy supply will be almost completely renewable. Not only the EU's Roadmap points to this reality.

Joschka Fischer for Project Syndicate

Project Syndicate supports the spread of assessments by international opinion leaders throughout the world. The network includes more than 500 newspapers and other publications in 154 countries.

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Reinventing Europe

Since 2009, when the financial crisis that started in America in 2008 shook the eurozone to its core, crisis management has become Europe’s new normal. Indeed, crisis has followed crisis in Europe, and this is unlikely to change anytime soon. Europe has had a financial crisis, a Greek crisis, a Ukraine crisis, and, since the late summer of 2015, a refugee crisis. And now, with the UK, one of the European Union’s strongest member states economically and militarily, holding a referendum on June 23 on whether to leave the EU (so-called Brexit), Europe could soon be facing a secession crisis.
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Realism for Europe and Turkey

Relations between Europe and Turkey have long been characterized by a deep contradiction. Whereas security cooperation (especially during the Cold War) and economic ties have been strong, the vital foundations of democracy – human rights, press freedom, minority rights, and an independent judiciary to enforce the rule of law – have remained weak in Turkey.
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Ever Closer Union or Common Market?

At stake in the United Kingdom’s upcoming referendum on whether to remain a member of the European Union is the nature of the EU itself. The UK wants a different kind of Europe than the one that the EU currently represents. Its preference is a Europe that essentially consists solely of a common market. Even though Britain has long been able to opt out of the euro and much else (and thus is not forced in any way to participate in the process of deepening Europe’s political union), this is the ideological essence of the controversy.