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Human Security – a remedy to poverty, migration, climate change, and pandemics?

by Thorsten Koch, MA, PgDipPolicyinstitute.net ASPI’s podcast ‘The Bigger Picture,’ in a recent episode, hosted Mary Kaldor, Director of the Conflict and Civil Society Research Unit in the LSE Department…

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Posted in Politics Economy

New posts at SahelCenter.org | Policyinstitute.net, 17 October 2021

– The impact of the Sahel conflict on cross-border movements from Burkina Faso and Mali towards Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana (Mixed Migration Centre)– Clean Energy Transitions in the Sahel (IEA)–…

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Posted in Politics PCVE

Extremism in Kenya

by Mohamud Ahmed Ali Associate Policyinstitute.net Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist- Consultant Executive Office of the President, Kenya -Department for Strategic Initiatives and Development of Arid/Semi-Arid Regions The United Nations Security…

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Posted in Politics European Union

Situation in Afghanistan: towards preventing a humanitarian tragedy

by Thorsten KochGermanPolicy.com The Federal Cabinet decided on Friday to provide 100 million Euros in emergency aid for the benefit of the refugees who have arrived in neighboring countries from…

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Posted in Politics Economy PCVE Geostrategy

New posts at SahelCenter.org | Policyinstitute.net, 19 August 2021

– Stablising the Sahel. Livestock as a driver of regional integration (SPARK)– Migration and Development: Examining the migration development nexus in Kayes Region, Mali (ADMIGOV)– Employment creation potential, labor skills…

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Posted in Politics Economy Technology

Germany after the flooding: Suggestions for climate protection and adapted reconstruction

by Thorsten Koch, MA, PgDipPolicyinstitute.net According to Federal Interior Minister Horst Seehofer (CSU), the Federal States’ position is that disaster control should remain within their competences. However, the Federal Government…

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Posted in Politics Economy PCVE

New posts at SahelCenter.org | Policyinstitute.net, 26 July 2021

https://sahelcenter.org/ – New EU strategic priorities for the Sahel. Addressing regional challenges through better governance (European Parliament)– Climate change and resilience in the Central Sahel (cascades)– Precarious Situation in the…

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Posted in Politics Geostrategy Technology

Flood Disaster in Germany: in Search of Solutions

by Thorsten KochGermanPolicy.com The situation in the wake of the severe floodings in the west of the Federal Republic of Germany has stabilized. Authorities in North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate announced…

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Posted in Politics Geostrategy Communications

Diplomacy: Understanding Adversaries Conciliatorily – In Place of Over-Securitization

by Thorsten Koch, MA, PgDipPolicyinstitute.net In ‘Realpolitik and Diplomacy,’ a podcast by the CATO Institute, host John Glaser asks his guest, Prof. Dr. Brian Rathbun, one of the world’s leading…

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Participatory Rights, Procedural Standards, Protective Rights, and Duties in the German Law

by Thorsten Koch, MA, PgDip Policyinstitute.net Positive freedom is the right of an individual to do whatever is not forbidden nor discouraged. Negative freedom, in defiance of the connotation, is,…

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