A country on the brink of a region? Germany’s Baltic Sea policies | Foreign-Policy Discussions in Sweden after 1990 – From Neutrality to NATO? | Iceland – a reluctant EU candidate | The Arctic Region – European Interests and European Policy in the High North | Indigenous Participation in LatinAmerica – The Gulf between Documented Rights and Everyday Reality | Poverty, Social Inequality and Conditional Cash Transfer Programs in Latin America | Parliamentary Elections in Kazakhstan – Controversial Outcome, Uncontroversial PresidentShow table of contents
Politics in the High North - International Reports
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Dr. Gerhard Wahlers
Head of the Department International Reports and Communication