Publications

Global Cooperation Quarterly

Global Cooperation Research 2 / 2020: coming soon

Quarterly Magazine

Pandemic Perspectives
Multi-level Governance of Global Health: Lessons from Covid-19 (Gail Lythgoe and Christian J. Tams)
Wearing a Face Mask in Everyday Life – About Recalibrations in the Interactional
Infrastructure of Global Cooperation (Clemens Eisenmann and Christian Meyer)
In the Shadow of the Pandemic: Four Trends Based on the Peace Report 2020 (Tobias Debiel and Johannes Vüllers)
Interview with Tobias Debiel

The Americas
Child Labour Opponents and their Campaigns in Global Perspective, 1888-1938 (Nina Schneider)
Narratives of Migration Beyond Sentimental Stories? Impressions from Brazil (Christine Unrau)

Fellow Projects
Clash of Imaginaries in Conflict and Resistance: Bonds of Shared Pain versus
Strategic Partnerships (Amya Agarwal)
Dynamics of Salient Social Identities, Status Dimensions, and Contestation in
Multilateral Diplomacy (Catherine Hecht)

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Global Cooperation Research 1 / 2020

Quarterly Magazine

Global Emergency and Communication

Articles
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)

Special
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)

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Global Cooperation Research 4 / 2019

Quarterly Magazine

Internet Governance
Internet Governance on the Move (Martin Wolf)
UN GGE and OEWG and Their Implications for International Cybersecurity (Ilona Stadnik)
Highlights from IGF Panels
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Why Populism Will Not Trash International Organizations (Jens Steffek)
Migration as a Human Right? (Stefania Maffeis)
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Games that Change the Future? - ‘Enter Africa’
European Parliament Research Service Annual Lecture, Interview with Wolfram Kaiser
Faith in the Time of the Internet: Notes from a Workshop
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GCR21 Event Reports, Upcoming Events, Research Paper Series, Book Reviews, Selected Publications

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Global Cooperation Research 3 / 2019

Quarterly Magazine

'Chinese are drawn into the domestic power game'
Christof Hartmann on a twofold dynamic and the political turn in China-Africa relationships
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'They cannot influence by remote control'
Legal and Africa scholar Katrin Seidel observes and reflects on international rule-of-law engagement in emerging South Sudan
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'Where you have linguistic diversity, you have a hierarchy'
A talk with sociolinguist Florian Coulmas about languages, power and society
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Maryam Zarnegar Deloffre, Accountability in Humanitarian Governance
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Andrés López Rivera, Amazonia: Matters of Fact and Matters of Concern
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Global Cooperation Research Paper Series continued

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Global Cooperation Research 2 / 2019

Quarterly Magazine

All Things Internet, and the Internet of Things
Interview with Blayne Haggart and Natasha Tusikov
Humans & Machines: Cooperation in Digitization Research (Christoph Bieber, CIAS)
Governance of Climate Change: Centre's Unique Research Position
Interview with Dirk Messner
Climate Change and Migration – a Global Challenge (Robert Oakes, UNU-EHS)
Contributions on Peacebuilding by Florian P. Kühn and Patricia Rinck and on Migration by Joseph Anderson and Zeynep Sahin Mencutek
News / Event reports / Publications List and Reviews

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Global Cooperation Research 1 / 2019

Quarterly Magazine

Fokus: The Centre's Evolving Research Agenda
1st Annual Conference
‘The EU has always been inventive in the application of rules’
Interview with Prof. Wolfram Kaiser

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Newsletter 4/2018

Quarterly Magazine

A Special on 'Migration' with contributions by Micheline van Riemsdijk, Marianne H. Marchand, and Stephan Scheel

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Newsletter 3/2018

Quarterly Magazine

'Right-Wing Populisms and Climate Policy: A Recipe for Disaster' by Franz Mauelshagen
'... it is not created by any specifi c actor'
Interview with Jan Aart Scholte about Internet Governance, Democratic Participation and the Language of the Game

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Newsletter 2/2018

Quarterly Magazine

'The Populist Lure' by Katja Freistein, Frank Gadinger
and Christine Unrau
‘The EU could be more attuned to local narratives’
Interview with Tamirace Fakhoury

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Newsletter 1/2018

Quarterly Magazine

New Research Agenda: Themes and Policy Fields

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Newsletter 3/2017

Quarterly Magazine

Second Phase of Funding Granted by the
BMBF; New Directors

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Newsletter 2/2017

Quarterly Magazine

SPECIAL
Area Studies and Global Cooperation
Methods in Global Cooperation Research

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Newsletter 1/2017

Quarterly Magazine

Special: Scenario Building
Methods in Global Cooperation Research

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