Briefing Paper (in German: Analysen und Stellungnahmen) are always four pages long and discuss ongoing and controversial issues in international relations. By including recommendations, the series primarily aims at policy makers, practitioners, and representatives of the (professional) media industry. Besides, the series is also open to everyone interested in developmental issues.
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Loewe, Markus / Bernhard Trautner / Tina Zintl // ماركوس لوفة / برنھارد تراوتنر/ تینا زينتلِ (2020)
The social contract is a key term in social science literature focusing on state-society relations but has rarely been well. Our briefing paper suggests a concept where social contracts are sets of agreements between societal groups and the government on rights and obligations towards each other.
Loewe, Markus / Bernhard Trautner / Tina Zintl (2020)
Le contrat social est un terme clé dans les sciences sociales, mais il a rarement été bien défini. Nous suggérons un concept où les contrats sociaux sont des ensembles d'accords entre les groupes sociétaux et le gouvernement sur les droits et obligations les uns envers les autres.
An essential prerequisite for successfull policies is supportive behaviour of targeted populations. We present the Theory of Planned Behaviour which helps to systematically understand factors that influence human reactions and may support the design and implementation of development programmes.
Despite continued commitments, the French-German cooperation in international development remains rather opportunity- than strategy-driven. This Briefing Paper presents the major obstacles to a closer French-German cooperation and presents solutions.
This paper discusses how a reconfiguration of the European development finance system could increase efficiency and sustainability. In this regard, the focus should be shifted from institutional to substantial considerations, including partner countries’ needs.
La coopération franco-allemande en matière de développement international, malgré des engagements continus, reste plus opportuniste que stratégique. Ce Briefing Paper présente les principaux obstacles à une coopération franco-allemande renforcée et propose des solutions.
Berger, Axel / Sebastian Gsell / Zoryana Olekseyuk (2019)
This policy brief provides an overview of the emerging policy debate about investment facilitation. We highlight that four key challenges need to be tackled in order to negotiate an Investment Facilitation Framework (IFF) in the WTO that supports sustainable development
The UN's Global Compact on Refugees agreed upon in 2018 calls for an enhanced local integration of refugees in their countries of destination. Implementation success significantly hinges on policy interests of subnational actors and area-based potentials and challenges of displacement.
Castillejo, Clare / Eva Dick / Benjamin Schraven (2019)
Since 2015, the EU has significantly increased its efforts on preventing irregular migration from Africa. The paper examines the impact of this shift on free movement policies in two African sub-regions and indicates the reasons for significant differences in outcome.
For decades, work has been ongoing at pan-African level to realise the vision of the free movement of persons as an integral part of a united Africa. This concept is to be implemented at the level of the African regions and yet it is there that it faces a range of internal and external challenges.