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

2. Greening Economies in Partner Countries: Priorities for International Cooperation

3. The German 'Schuldenbremse' crisis: a symptom to be taken seriously in Europe

4. German Ports and China: How to Reconcile Openness, Resilience and Security?

5. Germany’s Strategy on Climate Foreign Policy: Balancing Sustainable Development and Energy Security

6. Seeking Safer Shells: An Analysis of Interpretations, Justifications, and Rationales Behind Decisions on North Korean Defectors’ Right to Asylum

7. Charting the Radical Right’s Influence on EU Foreign Policy

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


16. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential

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

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

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

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

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

22. Migration in the Context of Climate Foreign Policy

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

37. Towards an Intersectional Feminist Development Policy for Germany

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

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

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

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

42. Factsheet: Manfred Weber

43. Factsheet: Friedrich Merz

44. Factsheet: Sigrid Herrmann-Marschall

45. Factsheet: Nina Scholz

46. Learning from KfW’s Ex-Post Evaluations? How Conflicting Objectives Can Limit their Usefulness

47. Green Hydrogen: Implications for International Cooperation With Special Reference to South Africa

48. Development Finance at a Turning Point: Effects and Policy Recommendations

49. Germany’s Energiewende: Synergies, Trade-offs and Political Drivers

50. The Gendered Nature of Poverty: Data, Evidence and Policy Recommendations