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The effectiveness of Europe’s corporate social and environmental due diligence regulation is highly dependent on how Europe engages the Indo-Pacific region in its design, legitimacy, implementation, and evaluation. As a major player in the global value chain, the Indo-Pacific region needs to be part of the conversation.
Countries in the Horn of Africa are on the brink of an unimaginable famine – not least because of the war in Ukraine. Sub-Saharan Africa continues to bear the brunt of food security concerns worldwide. One of the most important responses to the current challenges hails from the continent itself. Michael Bruentrüp calls for the integration of the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme.
Building a sound understanding of the security and domestic politics that influence refugee policy in countries such as Kenya can help donors more holistically work with host countries in similar circumstances that have agreed to implement the CRRF.
Der Krieg Russlands gegen die Ukraine hat katastrophale Folgen für das Land. Um den Wiederaufbau der Ukraine zu unterstützen, sind enorme internationale Anstrengungen erforderlich. Dieser Policy Brief analysiert, welchen Beitrag die EU zum Wiederaufbau der Ukraine leisten sollte.