Juliane Liebers

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Germany in the Indo-Pacific

Potential for collaboration on climate change and biodiversity

The second edition of the Indo-Pacific Roundtable underscored the the need for targeted and innovative cooperation between Europe and the Indo-Pacific
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In September Germany released its Policy Guidelines on the Indo-Pacific and thus entered its bid to engage with this fast-evolving region and to shape the narrative accompanying it. Having acquired a stake in this global political enterprise, it will have to be prepared for close scrutiny of its activities in the seven key areas defined by the guidelines: multilateralism, climate change, security, rule of law, free trade, digitalization and education. The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) and the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) jointly host an Indo-Pacific roundtable series to promote the political exchange on Indo-Pacific policy with stakeholders from the German Bundestag, line ministries, embassies and policy think tanks.  


Contact Person

Lewe Paul

Lewe Paul KAS

Desk Officer for South Asia (Afghanistan, India, Myanmar)

lewe.paul@kas.de +49 30 - 26996 - 3764