Executive Board

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Günther Maihold, Melanie Müller, Christina Saulich, Svenja Schöneich

Responsibility in Supply Chains

Germany’s Due Diligence Act Is a Good Start

SWP Comment 2021/C 21, March 2021, 7 Pages

doi:10.18449/2021C21

Barbara Lippert

The EU after Brexit: Renewed Debate about Enlargement and Deepening

SWP Comment 2021/C 12, February 2021, 4 Pages

doi:10.18449/2021C12

Günther Maihold, Viktoria Reisch

Environmental Rights and Conflicts over Raw Materials in Latin America

The Escazú Agreement Is Ready to Come into Force in 2021

SWP Comment 2021/C 04, January 2021, 8 Pages

doi:10.18449/2021C04

Volker Perthes

What Trump will be leaving behind if he leaves

Should Joe Biden win the election, he will not turn the wheel of history back to the Obama era. Europe must help the United States to regain its lost reputation, says Volker Perthes.

Point of View, 15.09.2020
Barbara Lippert, Volker Perthes (eds.)

Strategic Rivalry between United States and China

Causes, Trajectories, and Implications for Europe

SWP Research Paper 2020/RP 04, April 2020, 53 Pages

doi:10.18449/2020RP04

Volker Perthes

Dimensions of Strategic Rivalry: China, the United States and Europe’s Place

in: Barbara Lippert, Volker Perthes (eds.)
Strategic Rivalry between United States and China

Contributions to Research Papers 2020/RP 04, April 2020, 53 Pages, S. 5-8
Günther Maihold

Trump and Xi: Clash of Leadership Styles

in: Barbara Lippert, Volker Perthes (eds.)
Strategic Rivalry between United States and China

Contributions to Research Papers 2020/RP 04, April 2020, 53 Pages, S. 39-42
Annegret Bendiek, Barbara Lippert

Positioning the European Union within the Sino-American Rivalry

in: Barbara Lippert, Volker Perthes (eds.)
Strategic Rivalry between United States and China

Contributions to Research Papers 2020/RP 04, April 2020, 53 Pages, S. 47-51
Volker Perthes

The Corona Crisis and International Relations: Open Questions, Tentative Assumptions

International responses to the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus appear to have turned the world upside down. But are these changes lasting or transient? SWP Director Volker Perthes takes a first look at the implications for international politics.

Point of View, 31.03.2020
Hanns Maull

Multilateralism

Variants, Potential, Constraints and Conditions for Success

SWP Comment 2020/C 09, March 2020, 8 Pages

doi:10.18449/2020C09

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SWP Comments

Lars Brozus
(Not) Lost in Foresight

Structuring Futures Complexity in a Politically Meaningful Way


Kirsten Westphal
Nord Stream 2 – Germany’s Dilemma


SWP Research Papers

Daniel Voelsen
Internet from Space

How New Satellite Connections Could Affect Global Internet Governance


Sinem Adar, Günter Seufert
Turkey’s Presidential System after Two and a Half Years

An Overview of Institutions and Politics