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Fixing finance is not enough

the social consequences of monetary and financial policies
Berlin, 2012

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Prizeman, Katherine

From preparations to negotiations for an arms trade treaty

Berlin, 2012

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Sundaram, Jomo Kwame

Transfer pricing is a financing for development issue

Berlin, 2012

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Carisch, Enrico; Rickard-Martin, Loraine

Global threats and the role of United Nations sanctions

Berlin, 2011

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Gowan, Richard

The Security Council's credibility problem

Berlin, 2011

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Schütte, Robert

Minding the gap

approaches and challenges to robust civilian protection
Berlin, 2011

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Keating, Colin

Reforming the working methods of the UN Security Council

Berlin, 2011

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Clarkson, Angus

Fools rush in where angels fear to tread

challenges for South Sudan and the international community
Berlin, 2011

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New directions for international financial & monetary policy

reducing inequality for shared societies
Berlin, 2011

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Weiss, Thomas G.

ECOSOC is dead, long live ECOSOC

Berlin, 2010

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