• Due Diligence in Cyberspace

    Guidelines for International and European Cyber Policy and Cybersecurity Policy

    Global cyberspace is undergoing fundamental change. There are now frequent references to a “fragmentation of the Internet”, but many European and international working groups are also increasingly aware that “a free, open and at the same time secure... more
  • Joining Forces: Necessary Steps for Developing the Comprehensive Approach

    In June 2016 Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission (HR/VP), will unveil the new EU Global Strategy. The document succeeds the European Security... more
  • Reviewing the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

    “Early Movers” Can Help Maintain Momentum

    At the Sustainable Development Summit in September 2015 the heads of state and government of all the UN member states adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Several countries, including Germany, committed to move rapidly on implementation.... more
  • Fresh Impetus for West African Drug Policy

    Opportunities for New Partnerships in the Wake of UNGASS

    Almost two decades after the proclamation of the goal of a »drug-free world«, the global illicit drug trade is flourishing. The markets and routes, however, are constantly changing, confronting countries and regions with an array of new challenges.... more
  • Council of Europe Can Do without Russia

    Susan Stewart

    In light of human rights violations in Crimea and a new law allowing Russia to ignore rulings of the European Court of Human Rights, there is no justification for the country to remain in the Council of Europe, writes Susan Stewart.

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Analytical and academic papers

Annegret Bendiek

Due Diligence in Cyberspace

SWP Research Paper 2016/RP 07, May 2016, 33 Pages
Felix Heiduk

Indonesia in ASEAN

SWP Research Paper 2016/RP 06, April 2016, 38 Pages

"Point of View"

Susan Stewart

Council of Europe Can Do without Russia

In light of human rights violations in Crimea and a new law allowing Russia to ignore rulings of the European Court of Human Rights, there is no justification for the country to remain in the Council of Europe, writes Susan Stewart. more

Dossiers

Ukrainian soldier at a checkpoint near Debaltseve, Donetsk region, Ukraine, 19.02.2015; Source: dpa-picturealliance

Crisis in and around Ukraine

Internal and external developments in Ukraine and Russia; repercussions of crisis in the region and for European and international security.
Last Update February 2016