Focus on G20: From Germany to Argentina

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After Germany, the G20 presidency has now moved on to Argentina. Find everything you need to know about the G20: Infographics, in-depth analyses and facts about the Group of 20.

International Politics

After the end of the cold war foreign and security policies have been subject to rapid change. This development has been further accelerated after September 11. Traditional security policies such as deterrence and containment have been replaced by risk prevention, crisis intervention, and preemptive policy measures. Increasingly questions of foreign, security, and developmental policy have become intertwined. The debates surrounding the war on Iraq have brought to the surface tensions between the USA and Europe – as well as within Europe itself. Against this background we would like to continue the debates on the future of transatlantic relations - and this against the background of new security policy risks, crisis prevention, and preemptive policies.

Events

How to promote ecological modernisation in Europe?
Brussels
Buchvorstellung mit Timothy A. Wise „Eating tomorrow – Agribusiness, Family Farmers and the battle for the future of food”
Berlin
Film Premiere + Panel Discussion
Bangkok
Multilateralism 2.0 - In Search of New Partnerships for the German and European Foreign Policy
Berlin