More Publications from FES New York

Weiss, Thomas G.

ECOSOC is dead, long live ECOSOC

Berlin, 2010

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Clark, Michael T.

Governance challenges in financing green and sustainable energy policies

Berlin, 2010

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Canadian perspectives on global economic governance and the G20

Berlin, 2010

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Ocampo Gaviria , José Antonio

Why should the global reserve system be reformed?

Berlin, 2010

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Strohe, Stefan

Copenhagen 2009

how to finance climate policy
New, 2009

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Rude, Christopher; Burke, Sara

Towards a socially responsible and democratic global economic system

transparency, accountability and governance
Berlin, 2009

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Kuch, Elena

The winding road to Copenhagen

Elena Kuch. - New York : Friedrich Ebert Foundation, 2009. - 690 KB, PDF-File. - (Dialogue on globalization
New, 2009

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Kugel, Alischa

Reform of the Security Council - a new approach?

Berlin, 2009

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Weiss, Thomas G.; Kanninen, Tapio; Busch, Michael K.

Sustainable global governance for the 21st century

the United Nations confronts economic and environmental crises amidst changing geopolitics
Berlin, 2009

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Gowan, Richard; Batmanglich, Sara

Democracy Support

a fresh start
Berlin, 2009

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