Foreign and Security Policy

The demands for the German and European security policy have increased during the last few years: traditional reference figures such as the transatlantic community of values and interests have lost some of their weight. 

At the same time technological revolutions dramatically change the types of warfare and the ways in which international relations are vulnerable to external influence. Nation states are more and more linked and interdependent, which requires a new and more open view on international relations. 

Foreign and security policy increasingly finds itself confronted with demands of civil society, calling for more participation, transparency and justice. It is our aim to give these voices a forum.

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Cover der Publikation "Radioactivity Under the Sand"

Radioactivity Under the Sand

E-Paper

More than half a century ago, France tested its first atomic bombs in the Algerian desert. This E-Paper examines the environmental and political legacy of these tests: a story of post-colonial injustice and radiological irresponsibility.

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Multilateralism 2.0

It is time to upgrade the current debate on multilateralism, to make it greener and more global. We tried to do just this at our 20th Foreign Policy Conference, which took place in Berlin on 30-31 January 2020. This reader provides some insights into our major topics, from trade to climate to security policy, with perspectives from South Africa, India, Brazil, the US and the EU.

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Upping the Ante on Bulk Surveillance

The precarious balance between the need for security and the right to privacy will continue to characterize “risk societies” of the 21st century. This compendium by Thorsten Wetzling and Kilian Vieth provides robust oversight practices and good laws that can serve as bulwarks against the erosion of fundamental rights in Europe and America.

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