More Publications from FES New York

Re-defining the global economy

Berlin, 2009

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Weisser, Evamaria

Financing the United Nations

Evamaria Weisser. - New York : Friedrich Ebert Foundation, 2009. - 685 KB, PDF-File. - (Dialogue on globalization
New, 2009

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Gowan, Richard

The future of peacekeeping operations

fighting political fatigue and overstretch
Berlin, 2009

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Griffith-Jones, Stephany

How to create better financial regulation & institutions

Berlin, 2009

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Burke, Sara

The Doha declaration and development: what are the next steps?

Financing for Development Doha Review Conference, 30 November - 2 December, 2008
Berlin, 2009

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Hell, Stephanie

The response of the United Nations to the global financial crisis

Stephanie Hell. - New York : Friedrich Ebert Foundation, 2008. - 2. S. = 330 KB, PDF-File. - (Dialogue on globalization
New, 2008

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Ajayi, Titilope

The UN, the AU and ECOWAS

a triangle for peace and security in West Africa?
Berlin, 2008

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Rude, Christopher

The global financial crisis

what needs to be done?
New, 2008

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Schultz, Nancy; Lehmann, Volker

The capital master plan to renovate the UN headquarters

Nancy Schultz & Volker Lehmann. - New York : Friedrich Ebert Foundation, 2008. - 330 KB, PDF-File. - (Dialogue on globalization
New, 2008

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Thakur, Ramesh; Boulden, Jane; Weiss, Thomas G.

Can the NPT regime be fixed or should it be abandoned?

Berlin, 2008

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    Towards a WMD-free Zone in the Middle East

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    Addressing Multilateralism in Crisis

    Topics covered at this side event include prospects for a successful NPT Review Conference, the Secretary-General’s 2018 report on disarmament, the...

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    Investing in Governance

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    The Future of Work and Job Creation

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    International Tax Policy at a Critical Juncture

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