In a new book, Katrin Kinzelbach calls on the European Union to rethink its approach to promoting human rights in China following 20 years of confidential but ineffective dialogue. This book provides the first detailed reconstruction and assessment of the EU’s responses to human rights violations in China from 1995 to the present day.
Acute crises in fragile states remain a key challenge to peace and security worldwide. The study examines how the UK, US, Netherlands and Canada approach acute, often chronic situations of violent emergency in fragile contexts. Based on this analysis, authors Philipp Rotmann and Léa Steinacker provide policy options for Germany.
Led by GPPi, the Global Governance Futures program brings together young leaders from Germany, China, Japan, India and the US to look ahead 10 years and recommend ways to address crucial global challenges. The current fellows are exploring internet governance, geoengineering and arms control. Learn about them and their latest meeting in Tokyo and Beijing.
by Philipp Rotmann, Thorsten Benner, Wolfgang Reinicke
Conflict, Security & Development, 14 (4)
by Tim Maurer, Robert Morgus
Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)