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Briefing Paper (in German: Analysen und Stellungnahmen) are always four pages long and discuss ongoing and controversial issues in international relations. By including recommendations, the series primarily aims at policy makers, practitioners, and representatives of the (professional) media industry. Besides, the series is also open to everyone interested in developmental issues.

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In 2022, “Briefing Papers” and „Analysen und Stellungnahmen“ were merged in the new publicatiojn series „IDOS Policy Brief“.

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  1. The promotion of civil society in developing countries - the example of European development cooperation
    The promotion of civil society in developing countries - the example of European development cooperation

    Windfuhr, Michael (1999)

  2. Development cooperation and stability in South-Eastern Europe: a Herculean or a Sisyphean task?
    Development cooperation and stability in South-Eastern Europe: a Herculean or a Sisyphean task?

    Wittkowsky, Andreas (1999)

  3. European Development Cooperation at the Crossroads
    European Development Cooperation at the Crossroads

    Wiemann, Jürgen (1999)

  4. The indebtedness of the developing countries. Breaking the spiral of crises with realistic ceilings to ensure a sustainable debt service burden
    The indebtedness of the developing countries. Breaking the spiral of crises with realistic ceilings to ensure a sustainable debt service burden

    Kampffmeyer, Thomas / Hans-Helmut Taake (1999)

  5. Private capital flows to developing countries. Lessons learnt from the Asian crisis
    Private capital flows to developing countries. Lessons learnt from the Asian crisis

    Radke, Detlef (1999)

  6. Water scarcity in developing countries?
    Water scarcity in developing countries?

    Schiffler, Manuel (1998)

  7. United Nations development cooperation
    United Nations development cooperation

    Klingebiel, Stephan (1998)