The German Institute of Development and Sustainability (IDOS) publishes four independent publication series. IDOS researchers publish their current research results in Discussion Papers, Policy Briefs and Studies. Visiting scholars and cooperation partners also have the opportunity to publish their research results in one of the IDOS series. Publications from the series Analysen und Stellungnahmen, Briefing Paper and Two-Pager / Zweiseiter, which will be discontinued in 2022, will continue to be available online. The fourth publication series is for opinion pieces: The Current Column regularly comments on the latest developments and issues in international development policy.

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  1. Challenged by complexity
    Challenged by complexity

    Koch, Svea / Mark Furness (2015)

  2. The future of the ACP-EU partnership post-2020: options for Germany and the EU

    Furness, Mark / Christine Hackenesch / Niels Keijzer (2014)

  3. Is Democracy in Decline?
    Is Democracy in Decline?

    Diamond, Larry (2015)
    The Current Column, 23 February 2015

    Why have freedom and democracy been regressing in many countries? The most important and pervasive answer is bad governance.

  4. World climate treaty approaches final straight: everything still to play for!
    World climate treaty approaches final straight: everything still to play for!

    Bauer, Steffen / Clara Brandi (2015)
    The Current Column, 18 February 2015

    The signatories to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change reach agreement on a draft text for a new international climate treaty, though the most contentious points were not addressed.

  5. Aid was yesterday, what comes next?
    Aid was yesterday, what comes next?

    Janus, Heiner / Stephan Klingebiel / Sebastian Paulo (2015)
    The Current Column, 16 February 2015

    On 2 February 2015 the House of Commons of the British Parliament released a report on what ‘beyond aid’ means for the future of British development cooperation.

  6. Zukunft der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit
    Zukunft der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit

    Klingebiel, Stephan (2015)

  7. Ordnung ins Chaos bringen
    Ordnung ins Chaos bringen

    Furness, Mark (2014)

  8. Deauville partnership MENA transition fund: priorities for the German G7 presidency in 2015

    Furness, Mark (2014)

  9. African-European relations
    African-European relations

    Furness, Mark (2014)

  10. The challenge for 2015: ensuring global development within planetary guard rails
    The challenge for 2015: ensuring global development within planetary guard rails

    Brandi, Clara / Dirk Messner (2015)
    The Current Column, 09 February 2015

    2015 is a key year for global cooperation. The Third International Conference on Financing for Development will be held in July, then the international community plans to agree on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in September and finally, a global climate agreement is set to be approved in Paris at the end of the year.