Carlos Domínguez

Including Security in the Post 2015 Development Goals

Germany Could Play an Active Role

SWP Comment 2013/C 39, December 2013, 8 Pages

Thirteen years ago the international community agreed on achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), a set of priorities that include eradicating extreme poverty and addressing the most urgent and pressing challenges of international development by the year 2015. As we approach the final deadline for the MDGs, the discussion on the “post-2015 agenda” has raised the issue of whether – and how – security, peace, and development concerns can be linked together. To engage in this negotiation process and take advantage of its strategic partnerships with countries outside NATO or the EU, the German government should take into account four proposals that may help to identify common ground.

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