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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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Lehmann, Volker

"The relationship between Africa and the UN

from disenchantment to a more effective cooperation" ; conference report, Tarrytown, New York, June 20-21,2008
New, 2008

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Paul, James A.; Wahlberg, Katarina

A new era of world hunger?

the global food crisis analyzed
Berlin, 2008

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Elson, Anthony

"IMF reform from another angle - towards a more responsive and responsible fund"

meeting report, Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, June 2, 2008
Berlin, 2008

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Schroeder, Frank

Asian perspectives on the future role of the IMF

meeting report
Berlin, 2008, 2009-

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Boorman, Jack

An agenda for reform of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

New, 2008

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Hesse, Valeska

Mexico at the UN

Valeska Hesse. - New York : Friedrich Ebert Foundation, 2008. - 340 KB, PDF-File. - (Dialogue on globalization
Berlin, 2008

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Challenges in financing for development

policy issues for the Doha Conference ; [conference report ; New York, October 4-5, 2007]
Berlin, 2007, 2009-

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Westerwinter, Oliver

Combating climate change

from Kyoto to Bali
New, 2007

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