Embarking on new paths

Joschka Fischer & Company is the political strategy consultancy for companies, organizations and their decision-makers in times of change.

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Langenburg Forum

The Langenburg Forum brings together business leaders, civil society and politics in order to help shape the transition to a sustainable economic approach and lifestyle.

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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 sets us apart


We are convinced that credibility and acceptance govern long-term success in times of major social and technological upheaval. The prosperity of tomorrow relies on the sustainability practiced today; ecology and economy belong together. In 2009, this very conviction is what drove Joschka Fischer and Dietmar Huber to found the consulting firm JF&C – and it continues to drive us to this day.

We support our clients in the areas of public affairs, communications and sustainability in Germany, Europe and – in collaboration with our exclusive partner, the Albright Stonebridge Group – worldwide.

We customize our consulting services to meet our clients’ needs. We provide tailor-made and quality work; it unites experience and a clear approach. We see ourselves as manufacturers.

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Who we are

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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.


Last Call for Transatlanticism

With polls having consistently favored Joe Biden in this year’s momentous US presidential election, Europeans should be preparing to seize the opportunity that would come with a new administration. But the biggest threats to the transatlantic relationship have little to do with Donald Trump, and Europeans ignore them at their peril.

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The Transatlantic Tragedy

While today’s mounting global disruptions have accelerated an ongoing shift in global power dynamics, neither China’s rise nor the emergence of COVID-19 can be blamed for the West’s lost primacy. The United States and the United Kingdom took care of that on their own, with a complacent Europe watching it happen.

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The End of Western Opportunism

For the past 50 years, the West has clung to the hope that modernization would automatically transform China into a capitalist liberal democracy. For decades, maintaining this illusion was good for the bottom line, but now the implications of China’s ascendancy have become disturbingly clear.

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