To better protect people from atrocity crimes, policymakers must work towards more diverse and transparent information sources, deploy civilian tools early, fairly and strategically, improve UN peacekeeping, be more inclusive in decision-making on military action, and constantly learn and adapt.
The transformation of the BRICS acronym from mere investment term into political grouping is one of the most significant developments in global governance over the past decade, but what does this mean for the future of the international order? Join the discussion April 22 at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin.
Ricardo Soares de Oliveira accounts the fast-changing dynamics of Angola, an important African state that is a key exporter of oil and diamonds and a growing power on the continent. Based on three years of research and extensive first-hand knowledge of Angola, the new book documents the rise of a major economy after one of Africa’s longest and deadliest civil wars.
by Katrin Kinzelbach
by Thorsten Benner
Global Public Policy Institute
by Katrin Kinzelbach, Dingding Chen