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Politische Studien Nr. 470 mit dem Fokus „Die Zukunft der NATO“
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03/24/2017 - After decades of globalization, currently tendencies of a more inward-looking policy can be observed around the world. While understandable in an increasingly confused world, this might lead to parochialism and exclusionism. The newly founded journal “The Cosmopolitan” (Segye Shimin) tries to discover the common humanity through dialogue and discussion. undefined more...

03/23/2017 - For many years, the Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea has offered young people to gain first experiences for their future careers. Through its internship programme, the foundation is offering university students frequently the opportunity to gain insights into the work of a political foundation... undefined more...

03/16/2017 – As part of a visit within the context of the EU-funded project for the improvement of rural living conditions through healthy forests in North Korea, Prof. Dr. Pierre Ibisch (College of Sustainable Development Eberswalde) conducted an evaluation of the project that has been ongoing since 2014. undefinedmore... 

03/20/2017 – The 21st Senior Officials Meeting (SOM) of NEASPEC was held in Seoul on 16-17 March 2017. For environmental cooperation in North-East Asia the delegation of Republic of Korea, China, Japan, Mongolia and Russian Federation, and international organisations including EAAFP participated. undefinedmore...

03/16/2017 - Rivers, lakes, peatlands and coastal areas, including tidal flats, belong to the most important areas of biodiversity. Countries concerned with the protection of those areas have joined the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance (named after the first conference’s location - Ramsar Convention). Sufficient and clean water resources... undefinedmore...