Every Monday, the German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) comments on the latest issues and trends of international development policy by its Current Column. The column is intended for politically interested readers who want to get a brief overview on the state of German and international development policy.
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Hendra, John / Silke Weinlich (2021)
The Current Column, 18 January 2021
Biden has announced that “America is back”. To repair some of the damage at the UN, Biden already pledged to re-join the Paris climate change agreement and preserve American membership in, and financing to, the World Health Organisation (WHO)
Götze Jacqueline / Dorothea Wehrmann (2020)
The Current Column, 21 December 2020
The EU, which will adopt a new Arctic policy next year as part of the European Green Deal, therefore needs to harness the current momentum for political cooperation if it is to mount an effective fight against the twin crises of coronavirus and climate in the Arctic and around the world.
Reiners, Wulf / Sven Grimm (2020)
The Current Column, 14 December 2020
One year ago, the European Union announced its intention to transform its economy towards sustainability. The European Green Deal is a strategy for Europe itself. Yet, to make it work, it will have to become global.
Dick, Eva / Paul Marschall / Christopher Wingens (2020)
The Current Column, 07 December 2020
A growing number of municipalities are contributing directly to the implementation of the UN’s 2030 Agenda. Leading the way on climate action, supporting fair trade and facilitating societal participation by migrants
Kornprobst, Tim / Anna Schwachula (2020)
The Current Column, 16 November 2020
While ownership has been a priority of development cooperation since the 2005 Paris agenda if not before, in practice the goals of development projects are often defined by experts from the global North, even though these goals are geared to strategies of the partner governments.