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Strengthening International Governance
In the 2013 DGAP Yearbook, 80 experts describe ways for the state to regain its ability to take action
by Josef Braml, Stefan Mair, Eberhard Sandschneider
Diplomatisches Magazin 3, March 2013, p. 38-39
Strengthening International Governance
Not only have the financial and debt crises led to massive economic problems. They have also dramatically restricted the state’s ability to act. Up until now the response has been half-hearted, the efforts of nations to go it alone have been enormous, and the reach of WTO regulations has been minimal. Expectations are therefore high for politically and economically stable Germany. The latest DGAP Yearbook gives valuable insight into how Berlin should handle its new leadership role.
DGAP Yearbook, Volume 29
Foreign Policy in the Economic and Financial Crisis (“Außenpolitik in der Wirtschafts- und Finanzkrise”)
by Josef Braml, Stefan Mair, Eberhard Sandschneider
Oldenbourg Publishers, Munich 2012, 487 pages (in German)
DGAP Yearbook, Volume 29
How have the convulsions in the economic and financial systems – which have meanwhile extended into a debt crisis – affected the domestic and foreign policy of states? What are the consequences for bilateral relations and for the work of international organizations? Eighty experts from academia, business, and the world of active policy give valuable insight in vol. 29 of the DGAP Yearbook: “Außenpolitik in der Wirtschafts- und Finanzkrise” (Foreign Policy in the Economic and Financial Crisis).
Category: Economy and Finance, Financial Crisis