Conflicts, crises, climate change: Germany’s global responsibility for a sustainable migration policy

Bauer, Steffen / Benjamin Schraven
External Publications (2014)

in: Diplomatisches Magazin 10/2014, 40-43


The accumulation of centres of conflict and the associated refugee crises have helped the debate about a realignment of German foreign policy to attain great attention. Likewise, the repercussions of climate change may actually prompt many people worldwide to leave their homeland. It is also Germany’s task to strive for a global change towards a more progressive migration policy, which is urgently needed.

About the authors

Bauer, Steffen

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Schraven, Benjamin

Political Scientist


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