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1. Addressing the Challenges of Digital Lending for Credit Markets and Financial Systems in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

2. Towards Sustainable Ocean Governance: A Call for Blue Climate Action in International Development

3. Protecting Democracy: The Relevance of International Democracy Promotion for Term Limits

4. Priorities for a Development-Friendly EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)

5. Export Curbs on Essential Goods in the Wake of COVID-19 and the Least Developed Countries: Permanent Scarring from a Temporary Outburst

6. Focussing European Cooperation with the Middle East and North Africa on Social Contracts

7. Municipal Development Policy in Germany: Current Status and Prospects

8. Weather Index Insurance: Promises and Challenges of Promoting Social and Ecological Resilience to Climate Change

9. The External Dimensions of the European Green Deal: The Case for an Integrated Approach

10. Implications of COVID-19 for Conflict in Africa

11. EU-China Engagement in Humanitarian Aid: Different Approaches, Shared Interests?

12. The Preserving Effect of Social Protection on Social Cohesion in Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic

13. Revenue Collection and Social Policies: Their Underestimated Contribution to Social Cohesion

14. The Behavioural Lens: Taking a Behavioural Vantage Point to Improve the Success of Development Programmes

15. The Treaty of Aachen, 2019: Opportunities to Strengthen French–German Cooperation on Sustainable Development

16. Development Cooperation with Conflict-Affected MENA Countries: Refocussing on the Social Contract