The Current Column

Every Monday, the German Institute of Development and Sustainability (IDOS) comments on the latest issues and trends of international development policy by its Current Column. The column is intended for politically interested readers who want to get a brief overview on the state of German and international development policy.

Current and past issues can be downloaded for free from the IDOS website.

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  1. Democratisation and the culture cudgel
    Democratisation and the culture cudgel

    Faust, Jörg (2011)
    The Current Column, 21 February 2011

  2. The EU development policy consultations process: less talk, more action?
    The EU development policy consultations process: less talk, more action?

    Koch, Svea / Davina Makhan / Mark Furness (2011)
    The Current Column, 14 February 2011

  3. Create no, one, or many democracies in the Arab world?
    Create no, one, or many democracies in the Arab world?

    Loewe, Markus (2011)
    The Current Column, 07 February 2011

  4. The EU summit on energy: Europe must show the way to a sustainable global energy policy – who else?
    The EU summit on energy: Europe must show the way to a sustainable global energy policy – who else?

    Ruchser, Matthias (2011)
    The Current Column, 31 January 2011

  5. Are we asking the right questions when the talk turns to China?
    Are we asking the right questions when the talk turns to China?

    Fischer, Doris (2011)
    The Current Column, 24 January 2011

  6. South Sudanese independence: no ‘final walk to freedom’, but the beginning of a long, hard road
    South Sudanese independence: no ‘final walk to freedom’, but the beginning of a long, hard road

    Furness, Mark (2011)
    The Current Column, 17 January 2011

  7. Setting the course for global development in the second decade of the 21st century
    Setting the course for global development in the second decade of the 21st century

    Messner, Dirk (2011)
    The Current Column, 10 January 2011

  8. An old subject, but still highly topical: resource squeeze and the world trade order
    An old subject, but still highly topical: resource squeeze and the world trade order

    Wiemann, Jürgen (2010)
    The Current Column, 20 December 2010

  9. Climate policy as a construction kit: the Cancún summit hints at a future institutional architecture
    Climate policy as a construction kit: the Cancún summit hints at a future institutional architecture

    Zelli, Fariborz (2010)
    The Current Column, 13 December 2010

  10. Even poor countries can afford basic social protection schemes, from which their economic development will benefit, as well
    Even poor countries can afford basic social protection schemes, from which their economic development will benefit, as well

    Loewe, Markus (2010)
    The Current Column, 06 December 2010