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Displaying results 41 to 50 out of 62
Annegret Bendiek, Tim Ridout

Restoring Trust in Internet Privacy and Data Security

The Obama administration and U.S. businesses have an enormous stake in restoring trust in Internet privacy and data security. According to Annegret Bendiek and Tim Ridout, signing the UN data protection resolution proposed by Germany and Brazil would be a good first step to do so.

Point of View, November 2013
Günter Seufert

After »Worthy Solitude«: Turkey is Backpedaling on its Foreign Policy

Turkey considered itself as a regional power. Realizing this as a mistake, Turkey could become an easier foreign policy partner, says Günter Seufert.

Point of View, October 2013
Annette Weber

"The terrorists think that their attacks will have an immediate influence on politics"

Islamist radicals have murdered at least 67 people in Kenia, dozens are being missed. Annette Weber speaks about history, structure and ideology of Al-Shabab, who is responsible for the terrorist attack in a shopping centre in Nairobi.

Point of View, September 2013
Tim L. Oliver

Europe after a British EU withdrawal

Shying away from discussing the implications of a British withdrawal for the EU only serves those who seek it. The EU needs to think carefully about what letting the UK go would mean for it, writes Tim L. Oliver.

Point of View, September 2013
Margarete Klein

Is Russia Returning to Egypt?

Egypt's announcement to shift to Russia is merely an attempt to put Washington under pressure, says Margarete Klein. So far, Russia is not an attractive partner.

Point of View, September 2013
Guido Steinberg

Sunni vs Shi'a: Opposition Fueled by Power Politics

The conflict between Sunnis and Shi'as in the Middle East is based on religious differences. It is, however, fueled by Islamists and power politics, says Guido Steinberg.

Point of View, August 2013
Dušan Reljić

The "Albanian Question" after the Turn in Tirana

Pan-Albanian movements will remain an important political factor in Southeast Europe, says Dušan Reljić. Now the EU should initiate accession negotiations with all countries in the region willing to join the union.

Point of View, July 2013
Volker Perthes

The Coup D’état in Egypt

After Morsi's ouster, German and European politicians should appeal for Egypt to hold parliamentary elections as early as possible and to make sure that all actors in the political spectrum get a fair chance, says Volker Perthes.

Point of View, July 2013
Stephan Roll

Egypt: The Failure of the Muslim Brotherhood

Mohammed Morsi's own failure is also a failure of the Muslim Brotherhood. They did not succeed in consolidating the power they obtained in 2011. Stephan Roll analyzes why.

Point of View, July 2013
Uwe Halbach

After the Boston Attacks: The Role of Terrorism in the Northern Caucasus

Because the Boston Bombers came from Chechnya, the country is now back on the public agenda. Uwe Halbach analyzes the situation in Chechnya and sheds light on the background of Islamist terror in the Northern Caucasus.

Point of View, June 2013
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SWP Comments

Oliver Geden
Prioritise Greenhouse Gas Neutrality

EU and German Climate Policy Should Be More Ambitious and More Pragmatic


Annegret Bendiek, Raphael Bossong, Matthias Schulze
The EU’s Revised Cybersecurity Strategy

Half-Hearted Progress on Far-Reaching Challenges