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Tobias Ballerstedt, Ernst Hildebrandt, Winrich Kühne

Evolving Global Governance Structures

Division of Labour and Co-operation between Regional and Global Security Arrangements

SWP Research Paper 2001/S 18, July 2001, 29 Pages
Geoff Loane, Céline Moyroud (eds.)

Tracing Unintended Consequences of Humanitarian Assistance

The Case of Sudan Field Study and Recommendations for the European Community Humanitarian Office SWP-Conflict Prevention Network (SWP-CPN)

Nomos Books AMP Series 60, December 2000, 91 Pages
Christine Neuhold

The "Legislative Backbone" keeping the Institution upright?

The Role of European Parliament Committees in the EU Policy-Making Process

Conveu 30, December 2000
Julie Smith, Mariana Tsatsas

The New Bilateralism. The UK's relations within the EU

RIIA paper

Conveu 30, December 2000
Heinrich-W. Krumwiede, Peter Waldmann (eds.)

Civil Wars: Consequences and Possibilities for Regulation

Nomos Books AMP Series 62, December 1999, 320 Pages
Michael Lund, Guenola Rasamoelina (eds.)

The Impact of Conflict Prevention Policy

Cases, Measures, Assessments. SWP-Conflict Prevention Network (SWP-CPN). Yearbook 1999/2000

Nomos Books AMP Series 60, December 1999, 265 Pages
Renaud Detalle (ed.)

Tensions in Arabia: The Saudi-Yemeni Fault Line

SWP-Conflict Prevention Network (SWP-CPN)

Nomos Books AMP Series 60, December 1999, 181 Pages
Geoff Loane, Tanja Schümer (eds.)

The Wider Impact of Humanitarian Assistance

The Case of Sudan and the Implications for European Union Policy. SWP-Conflict Prevention Network (SWP-CPN)

Nomos Books AMP Series 60, December 1999, 213 Pages
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SWP Comments

Claudia Major, Nicolai von Ondarza
No “Global Britain” after Brexit

Leaving the EU Weakens UK Foreign and Security Policy, Closer Ties Remain in Germany’s Interest


Marcel Dickow, Daniel Jacob
The Global Debate on the Future of Artificial Intelligence

The Need for International Regulation and Opportunities for German Foreign Policy


SWP Research Papers

Peter Lintl (ed.)
Actors in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Interests, Narratives and the Reciprocal Effects of the Occupation


Uwe Halbach
Chechnya’s Status within the Russian Federation

Ramzan Kadyrov’s Private State and Vladimir Putin’s Federal “Power Vertical”