German Council on Foreign Relations

Toward an Indo-German Green Strategic Partnership

Aligning Partnership Agreements with Foreign Policy Goals

Energy and climate partnerships between India and Germany are approaching a 20-year mark. Now, both countries are adopting green ­technologies and scaling up mitigation efforts more ambitiously, in line with global climate targets – including the goal to triple renewable ­energy capacities. In this policy brief, we look at the bilateral partnerships on climate change mitigation, assess how they align with the two countries’ foreign policy priorities and what a future partnership landscape could look like.

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Dr. Abdullah Fahimi
Promit Mookherjee
Dr. Kira Vinke
et al.
Policy Brief

Burden Sharing Revisited

How to Keep the United States Engaged in Europe’s Security
Author/s
Dr. Aylin Matlé
Policy Brief

Trouble at the Top

It’s not much of a secret that Emmanuel Macron and Olaf Scholz are very different characters. Their deepening rift is damaging the Franco-German relationship—and Europe.

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Dr. Henning Hoff
IPQ
Berlin Cable
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