Global Cooperation Research - A Quarterly Magazine

1 / 2020

Global Emergency and Communication

Global Emergency and Communication

This magazine aims at contributing to emerging debates about global cooperation in the current crisis, as well as reporting about current and upcoming projects and publications in the Centre’s established research and policy fields.

Interpersonal and International Cooperation at the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic (Gianluca Grimalda)
Failed or Failsafe? Global Pandemic Response as Polycentric Governance (Maryam Zarnegar Deloffre)
Can Metaphors of War Motivate Cooperative Action in Global Health? – A Comparative Look at Cardiovascular Diseases and SARS-CoV-2 (Benjamin Quasinowski)
Kippers and Dreams of Empire: Populist Storytelling Styles in Political Communication (Frank Gadinger and Katja Freistein)
Technical Discourse and Normative Affirmations: Implicit Justice Claims in Multilateral Negotiations (Stefan Groth)

Knowledge Regimes, Development, Cooperation, and some lessons from the current Corona Crisis, Interview with Anna-Katharina Hornidge, new director of  the German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)

Fellow Project
Tracking Post-sustainability Narratives in Perceptions of a ‘COVID-19 - Climate Change’ Nexus (Umberto Mario Sconfienza)