Executive Board

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Hanns Maull

The “Alliance for Multilateralism” by Germany and France: About Time, But It Needs To Be Serious

While multilateralist credos are emotionally no match for “America first” and other nationalist excesses, multilateralism remains the indispensable concept for managing global affairs. It is also a very demanding approach, however and needs to be taken seriously. A comment by Hanns W. Maull

Point of View, 06.08.2019
Barbara Lippert, Erik Brandes

It Is Up to the Government

Political Lessons Learnt from the 2016 Brexit Referendum

SWP Comment 2019/C 24, April 2019, 4 Pages

doi:10.18449/2019C24

Barbara Lippert, Nicolai von Ondarza, Volker Perthes (eds.),

European Strategic Autonomy

Actors, Issues, Conflicts of Interests

SWP Research Paper 2019/RP 04, March 2019, 39 Pages

doi:10.18449/2019RP04

Hanns Maull

Sanctions: Their Development, Significance and Results

in: Hanns Günther Hilpert, Oliver Meier (eds.)
Facets of the North Korea Conflict

Contributions to Research Papers 2018/RP 12, December 2018, 85 Pages, S. 57-61
Volker Perthes

Europeans should negotiate with Iran without the US

After Donald Trump's breach of the nuclear agreement with Iran, Germany, France and Great Britain should negotiate a comprehensive security framework with Iran based on the existing agreement, says Volker Perthes.

Point of View, 22.05.2018
Günther Maihold

Colombia’s Peace and Venezuela’s Turmoil

An Emerging Regional Crisis Landscape in South America

SWP Comment 2018/C 12, March 2018, 7 Pages
Volker Perthes

President Trump and International Relations

America’s new president has the potential to thoroughly shake up international relations. Volker Perthes lays out five theses that researchers and policymakers will need to address.

Point of View, 18.11.2016
Kai-Olaf Lang, Barbara Lippert

EU Options on Russia and the Eastern Partners

“Cooperative Confrontation” as the Guiding Principle beyond the Riga Summit

SWP Comment 2015/C 32, May 2015, 7 Pages
Volker Perthes

Three years of conflict in Syria: No proxy war, no solution without society

Keeping the Syrian state intact entails powersharing among all its constituent groups. The Geneva process should, therefore, be complemented by a consultative gathering of respected citizens from all Syrian regions, ethnic and confessional groups, says Volker Perthes.

Point of View, 17.03.2014
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SWP Comments

Wolfram Lacher
Libya’s Flawed Unity Government

A Semblance of Compromise Obscures Old and New Rifts


Moritz Rudolf
Xi Jinping Thought on the Rule of Law

New Substance in the Conflict of Systems with China


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