More Publications from FES New York

Gowan, Richard

Der heiße Stuhl

Was kann Deutschland im Sicherheitsrat erreichen?
Berlin, 2018

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Gowan, Richard

In the hot seat

What can Germany achieve in the Security Council?
New, 2018

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Peters, Sanjay; Pintus, Patrick

Infrastructure investments

A broad-based policy tool for equitable and sustainable growth
New, 2018

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Caballero-Anthony, Mely

Security in times of uncertainty in Asia

Bringing the state back in?
Berlin, 2018

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Phillips, Ann L.

Providing security in times of uncertainty

Implications of the Reflection Group's final report for the United States and recommendations for U.S. foreign assistance
Berlin, 2018

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Christensen, Tomas Anker

President or paper tiger?

The role of the President of the General Assembly of the United Nations
Berlin, 2018

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Strengthening civil society engagement with the United Nations

Perspectives from across civil society highlighting areas for action by the UN Secretary-General
New, 2018

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Conca, Ken; Thwaites, Joe; Lee, Goueun

Climate change and global security

What role for the UN Security Council
New, 2017

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Bolton , Matthew

The nuclear weapons ban and human security for all

Assessing the draft convention on the prohibition of nuclear weapons from a human security perspective
Berlin, 2017

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Kaiser, Jürgen

Making the global financial system more resilient

A regional
Berlin, 2017

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