Division Foreign and Security Policy
The expectations on German and European security policy have increased during the last few years, not least due to a number of overlapping geopolitical and planetary crises.
As a consequence, the debate around international security has changed: together with a return of traditional security paradigms, the attention of foreign policy analysts is shifting towards systemic risks of an ever more interdependent world of states.
On top of that, new technologies add to the complexity of international relations, from defense policy to geo-economics.
There are growing demands to make foreign and security policy debates more inclusive, transparent and just. It is our aim to empower these voices from civil society and give them more visibility.
Warum wir eine feministische Außenpolitik brauchen (Englische Originalversion) - Heinrich-Böll-StiftungWatch on YouTube
Feminist foreign policy has evolved from decades of feminist activism and advocacy, establishing a foreign policy that centers the rights and needs of women and marginalized people, emphasizes diplomacy, and recognizes the history of colonial oppression.