Issues - International Reports
International Reports 8/2011
The Somali Shabaab Militias and Their Jihadist Networks in the West | The Drug Industry in Peru - From the Holy Leaves to a Political Curse | Elections in Turkey – Another Triumphal Success for the AKP | A Palestinian State in the United Nations? - Prerequisites, Positions and Expectations Before the Meeting of the UN General Assembly | North Korea after Kim Jong Il – Political and social perspectives ahead of the expected change of power
International Reports 7/2011
Finland’s PISA Success: Myth and Transferability | “Therefore Go and Make Disciples of all Nations” – The Significance of Christian Mission Schools for the Education of the African Elite | The Same Education for All? The South African School System 17 Years After the End of Apartheid | On the Road to a Two-Party System? Results and Consequences of Local Elections in South Africa | Somaliland – A Walk on Thin Ice | Cuba after the 6th Party Congress: How Far Will the Reforms go?
International Reports 6/2011
The Situation of Christians in: the Middle East and North Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | Central and South Asia | North East Asia and South East Asia
International Reports 5/2011
Tunisia – A Revolution and its Consequences | The Arab Youth and the Dawn of Democracy | Between Paradise and Prison – Senegalese Migrants and the Response of the European Union | Museveni’s Uganda: Eternal Subscription for Power? | Brazil’s Place in the Post-Crisis New Global Economic Order | The Internet Policy in France and the Role of the Independent Administrative Authority CNIL
International Reports 4/2011
From Climate Economy to Green Economy | From Kyoto to Durban – The European Union’s Climate Policy | Emerging Powers: The IBSA States as Partners and Leaders in a Future Global Climate Change Regime | Climate Policy in the Chinese People’s Republic – Groundwork for Sustainable Growth? | Indonesia’s Role in International Climate Policy. Financial Incentives to Preserve the Rainforest | Harmony as a National Mission: Singapore’s Way of Dealing with Immigration and Integration | From the Driver’s Seat to the Backseat - Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia | Post-Election Slovakia: The First Half-Year of the Center-Right Government
International Reports 3/2011
Upheaval in the Middle East - What Comes Next After the Events in Tunisia and Egypt? | Southern Sudan Before Independence - Local Celebrations, Disappointment in Northern Sudan and International Concern | Kenya´s New Constitution: Triumph in Hand, Testing Times Ahead? | Economic Policy in South Africa - Growth Plans and Growth Obstacles | Pakistan After the Flood | The Long Shadow of the Belarus Presidential Elections - Procedures, Results and Political Fall-Out | The German Minority in Poland
Auslandsinformationen 2011 (Sonderveröffentlichung)
Aufbruch in der arabischen Welt – Was wird aus Demokratie und Frieden in Nahost?
International Reports 2/2011
SAARC – 25 Years of Regional Integration in South Asia | ASEAN and G20 – Indonesia’s Foreign Policy Perspectives | Immigration Country Norway – Demographic Trends and Political Concepts | After the Presidential Elections in Côte D’Ivoire – Can the Political Crisis Still Be Resolved by Diplomacy? | People with Low Expectations Are Seldom Disappointed – Climate Summit in Cancún Did Not Fail, but Was It Successful Enough? | Republic of Moldova at the End of an Election Marathon? - A New Version of the Alliance for European Integration, and More Uncertainty
International Reports 1/2011
The (Never)Ending Story of Bulgarian and Romanian Judicial Reform | Bosnia and Herzegovina after the Elections – An Opportunity to Set a Course for Brussels? | Serbia and Kosovo: Status Disputes and EU Membership – Progress, Obstacles and the Role of Civil Society | Coming to Terms with the Past in the Balkans – The Lustration Process in Macedonia | Latvia Reloaded – The Parties are Trying to Revive the Spirit of 1991 | By the Grace of Lula – Dilma Rousseff Becomes Brazil’s First Female President | Tanzania after the Parliamentary and Presidential Elections 2010
Auslandsinformationen 2010 (Jahresregister)
About this series
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Dr. Gerhard Wahlers
Head of the Department International Reports and Communication