Issues - International Reports
International Reports 2/2008
Dmitri Medvedev – President on Standby or Worthy Successor to Putin? | Russia – A Reliable Energy Partner for Europe? | Between Abundance and Bottlenecks: Brazil’s Energy Sector is on the Move | Business Transformation in Pakistan? | Dispersed Economic Power? Overseas Chinese between Discrimination and Success in
International Reports 1/2008
Lustration – Addressing the Consequences of the Communist Regime in Bulgaria | Theory and Practice of the Democracy Clause in the EU’s Relations with Third Countries: The Example of Mexico | Opportunities and Risks of Budget Assistance: The Example of Mozambique | Natural Gas as a Foreign Policy Weapon: The Turkish-Iranian Gas Crisis of January 2007 | Elections in Thailand: Power Struggle Between Thaksin and the Military | Books from Russia: Russia’s Foreign Policy
International Reports 12/2007
Radicalisation of Muslims in the Philippines | The Misconception of Freedom. Islam and Democratic Development in Indonesia | India – A Democracy Living with Islam | The Relationship between Islam and Democracy in Turkey: The Islamisation of Politics versus the Politicisation of Islam | Islam and Democracy in Morocco. The Integration or the Decline of Political Islam? | Islam and Democracy in Senegal
International Reports 11/2007
Political Islam Gaining Ground. The Example of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt | Between National Interests and Ideology - Spain's Latin American Policy | Taking Stock of the Work of the Legislative Assembly of the Russian Duma in the Legislative Period from 2003 to 2007 | NATO and Russia. How to Safeguard the Partnership | The EU and Africa on the Way towards a Strategic Partnership
International Reports 10/2007
Another Chance for the Orange Camp? One more Change of Government | Rumania’s Foreign Policy and Its Contribution towards the EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy | The Light and Dark Side of Reform | The Opposition in Venezuela – an Alternative to Chávez? | Cuba and the Human Rights - An Executive Summary
International Reports 9/2007
China and Latin America. A New Transpacific Partnership? | The Myth of Diversification. | The Situation of the Coloureds in South Africa
International Reports 8/2007
Brazil's Landless Workers' Movement (MST). Between Chance, Chaos, and Criticism of the System | No ‘Apricot Revolution’ in Armenia | Turkey after the Parliamentary Elections. Back to Normal? | What is the good of the ECOWAS?
International Reports 7/2007
Political Parties and Their Societal Roots in Ghana | Italy in Transition | Desperate People in the City. Shanghai and the Phenomenon of Migration | Measuring Democracy. Developments and Examples from Latin America
International Reports 6/2007
Presidential Elections in France: The Beginning of an Era of Political Upheaval | Turkey's Party Democracy – Discussion about Political Parties, Electoral Legislation, and the Political Culture | Uribe's Fight on Two Fronts | Ecuador is Moving Away from Democracy | All That Glitters Is Not Gold: Presidential and Parliamentary Elections in Mali
International Reports 5/2007
Nigeria Stumbles on the Rocky Road to Democracy | Russia's Policy in the Southern Caucasus | Energy Policy in Chile: From Dependence to Sustainable Development | On the Election of the Chief Executive in Hong Kong. Head of Government or Lieutenant of Beijing?
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Dr. Gerhard Wahlers
Head of the Department International Reports and Communication