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1. From Interconnection to Integration: German-Italian Energy Relations and the SoutH2 Corridor

2. Germany: Briefing sheet

3. Germany: Economic structure

4. Germany: Political structure

5. Germany: Country outlook

6. Germany: Country fact sheet

7. Germany: Country forecast summary

8. Germany: Basic data

9. Fossil Fuel Industry Phase-Out and Just Transition: Designing Policies to Protect Workers’ Living Standards

10. Monitoring Progress on the Women, Peace and Security Agenda

11. Iraq’s Quest for a Social Contract: An Approach to Promoting Social Cohesion and State Resilience

12. The Politics of “What Works”: Evidence Incentives and Entrepreneurship in Development Organisations

13. Towards a Seat at the Table: How an Initiative of Cities Got Their Voices Heard during Germany’s 2022 G7 Presidency

14. (R)evolution? Exploring the Potential of Post-Development Approaches for Reforming Development Cooperation

15. The Élysée Treaty, FrancoGerman reconciliation and European integration: myth and reality

16. WHY DO MASS EXPULSIONS STILL HAPPEN?

17. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential

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22. Higher Renewable Energy Targets in Germany: How Will the Industry Benefit?

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25. Forced migration, aid effectiveness, and the humanitarian–development nexus: The case of Germany’s P4P programme

26. Centralization in National High-Performance Sports Systems: Reasons, Processes, Dimensions, Characteristics, and Open Questions

27. The Long‐​Run Effects of Immigration: Evidence across a Barrier to Refugee Settlement

28. Global business environment improves

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30. Germany: Political and institutional effectiveness

31. Germany: Political forces at a glance

32. Global business environment improves

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34. Germany: Political and institutional effectiveness

35. Germany: Political forces at a glance

36. Global business environment improves

37. Global business environment improves

38. Germany: Political and institutional effectiveness

39. Germany: Political forces at a glance

40. EIU Global Outlook—a summary of our latest global views

41. Global business environment improves

42. Global business environment improves

43. Germany: Political and institutional effectiveness

44. Germany: Political forces at a glance

45. EIU Global Outlook—a summary of our latest global views

46. The Zeitenwende in German Foreign Policy And The Eastern Partnership

47. Migration in the Context of Climate Foreign Policy

48. From “Forward ­Presence” to ­“Forward Defense”: Germany Must Strengthen ­NATO’s Northeastern Flank in Lithuania

49. German Defense Spending: A Repeat of the Past Instead of a New Era

50. Whose Zeitenwende? Germany Cannot Meet Everyone’s Expectations

51. Decisive but Forgotten: Germany’s Missing Technological Zeitenwende

52. Protecting the EU’s Submarine Cable Infrastructure: Germany’s Opportunity to Transform Vulnerability into Mutual Resilience

53. Global business environment improves

54. Global business environment improves

55. Germany: Political and institutional effectiveness

56. Germany: Political forces at a glance

57. EIU Global Outlook—a summary of our latest global views

58. North Korea-Germany Relations: An Ambassador's Perspective of Diplomacy with Pyongyang

59. The Return of the Foreign Fighters and Their Families to Their Homeland: Existing Practices and Considerations Regarding Security and Human Rights

60. La “Ceguera Marítima”: características, consecuencias y alternativas.Alemania, Brasil y la Organización Marítima Internacionalen comparación

61. Global business environment improves

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63. DIGITAL SOFT POWER DIPLOMACY: THE CASES OF GERMANY, ITALY, AND SPAIN IN THE COUNTRIES OF EASTERN PARTNERSHIP AND CENTRAL ASIA

64. Striking evidence: The impact of railway strikes on competition from intercity bus services in Germany

65. Who is to suffer? Quantifying the impact of sanctions on German firms

66. The Ukraine Support Tracker: Which countries help Ukraine and how?

67. Exposure to War and Its Labor Market Consequences over the Life Cycle

68. Centre-right parties in Germany and Sweden: Challenges and strategies in a changing political landscape

69. Global business environment improves

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71. Towards an Intersectional Feminist Development Policy for Germany

72. Global business environment improves

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76. Germany: Political and institutional effectiveness

77. Germany: Political forces at a glance

78. EIU Global Outlook—a summary of our latest global views

79. Transatlantic Trends 2023: Public Opinion in a Shifting Global Order

80. Global business environment improves

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82. The Berlin Pulse 2023/24 (full issue)

83. A Bitter Adjustment for German Family Capitalism: Succession and a Changing Ownership Transfer Regime

84. What Growth Strategies Do Citizens Want? Evidence from a New Survey

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87. Factsheet: Manfred Weber

88. Factsheet: Friedrich Merz

89. Factsheet: Sigrid Herrmann-Marschall

90. Factsheet: Nina Scholz

91. Next-Generation Technology and Electoral Democracy: Understanding the Changing Environment

92. HOW GERMANY’S COALITION CHANGE CONTRIBUTED TO PUTIN’S STRATEGIC MISCALCULATION IN UKRAINE

93. Germany’s Position on CSDP: Is There Anything for the Baltics?

94. German-US Relations and the Security of the Baltic States

95. Germany, Russia, and Energy Politics

96. Baltic States’ Expectations Regarding Germany’s Role in Baltic Security

97. Baltic Perspectives on Germany’s Role in NATO

98. A New and Better Security Order for Europe

99. NATO Should Defend Europe, Not Pivot to Asia

100. Germany’s shifting policy towards Russia: The sudden end of Ostpolitik