Quarterly Magazine

Global Cooperation Research - A Quarterly Magazine was established in 2019 as a platform for global cooperation research and related academic disciplines. Somewhere between an academic blog and a peer reviewed journal, this magazine provides a platform for fresh thinking on topical issues and a chance for the Centre’s fellows and guest contributors to outline new research in trending fields. We encourage interesting insights from academics on themes linked to global cooperation research to facilitate open-minded, critically informed discussion.

Global Cooperation Quarterly

Global Cooperation Research 2 / 2021

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Variants of Political Space

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Global Cooperation Research 1 / 2021

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Practice Theory and Security Studies

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Global Cooperation Research 4 / 2020

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Climate and Environment

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Global Cooperation Research 3 / 2020

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Global Commons

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Global Cooperation Research 2 / 2020

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Pandemic Perspectives, The Americas

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Global Cooperation Research 1 / 2020

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Global Emergency and Communication

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Global Cooperation Research 4 / 2019

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Internet Governance

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Global Cooperation Research 3 / 2019

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China-Africa, South Sudan, Sociolinguistics

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Global Cooperation Research 2 / 2019

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Internet of Things, Digitization Research, Climate Change and Migration

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Global Cooperation Research 1 / 2019

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The Centre's Research Agenda, EU Governance

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Newsletter 4/2018

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

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Newsletter 3/2018

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

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Newsletter 2/2018

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'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

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New Research Agenda: Themes and Policy Fields

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Newsletter 3/2017

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Second Phase of Funding Granted by the
BMBF; New Directors

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Newsletter 2/2017

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SPECIAL
Area Studies and Global Cooperation
Methods in Global Cooperation Research

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Newsletter 1/2017

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Special: Scenario Building
Methods in Global Cooperation Research

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