Research Paper

Reinforcing Border Control: What’s at Stake for Migrants?

In Niger and Mali, capacity building for border management and control has exacerbated the vulnerabilities of people on the move. To mitigate such negative effects, donors of capacity building programs should move protection concerns to the center of their efforts.

By JONAS BERGMANN, JULIAN LEHMANN, THOMAS MUNSCH, WILLIAM POWELL

Commentary

Imagining a Post-Merkel Europe

All those panicking about the current German limbo and a post-Merkel Germany should take a deep breath and think again. A Germany without Merkel is not necessarily all bad news for Europe.

By Thorsten Benner

Vacancy

GPPi is Hiring for Several Positions

We are looking for new part-time and full-time colleagues to support our research on issues ranging from European foreign policy to technology politics. Please take a look at our current vacancy notes to see whether any of these match your interests and profile.

Policy Paper

Engaging with the Indian Ocean

Germany is rediscovering the economic and strategic importance of the Indian Ocean – its primary gateway to the Asia-Pacific markets. However, to take advantage of these economic opportunities, Germany will have to grapple with changing dynamics in the Indian Ocean, particularly increasing geopolitical and geo-economic competition sparked by China’s entry in the region.

By Garima Mohan

Recent Work