Call for Applications

Seeking Candidates for the GGF Fellowship

The next round of the Global Governance Futures – Robert Bosch Foundation Multilateral Dialogues program, GGF 2030, is now open for applications. The fellowship brings together exceptional young professionals from nine countries to look ahead to the year 2030 and think of better ways to address three global challenges: migration and refugee crises, the role of cities in global governance, and global order.



Handling the Alternative for Germany

By allowing integration and immigration to dominate the public debate and by clumsily scandalizing the AfD, Germany’s media and political parties have mostly played into the party’s hands.

By Thorsten Benner


Decoding the German Elections: Is This a Populist Sweep?

While the return of Merkel as chancellor is good news for Germany’s international partners, the new government will be too distracted by the cacophony of coalition politics to play a larger international role.

By Garima Mohan


Iraq after ISIL: An Analysis of Local, Hybrid, and Sub-State Security Forces

ISIL has been expelled from most of northern Iraq, but who will remain in control and what that augurs for future stability is far from certain.

By Erica GastonAndrás Derzsi-Horváth

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