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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Janus, Heiner / Stephan Klingebiel / Timo Casjen Mahn (2014)
The future shape of development cooperation as a policy field is under debate. In the context of the post-2015 agenda, the Busan "Global Partnership" and the UN's Development Cooperation Forum exhibit significant overlap.What platform will be seen as legitimate, effective and relevant?
The paper analyses the position of China in the UN process for a post-2015 global development agenda and formulates policy recommendations for the Chinese leadership which would enhance the country’s contributions to the developing world and the provision of global public goods.
Brandi, Clara / Birgit Schmitz / Caroline Hambloch (2014)
Trade finance is the backbone of international trade. There is currently intense debate regarding the extent to which international banking regulation, and especially the reform package Basel III, could inhibit trade finance and therefore undermine international trade flows.
For normative and empirical reasons, political conditionality in European foreign aid will remain high on the agenda. To make conditionality effective, however, donors need to overcome several challenges. Particularly, they need to advance the process towards a common foreign and development policy.
In September 2013 UN Member States called for a single post-2015 framework that would be universal in nature and apply to all countries. This paper compares the pros and cons of a top-down, bottom-up or hybrid approach to negotiating and formulating this new agenda.
The implementation of a future global development agenda replacing the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) after 2015 will require greater and more efficient financing. The failure to establish a sound financial foundation risks jeopardizing the success of any new development agenda.
Schraven, Benjamin / Niels Keijzer / Anna Knoll (2013)
Discussions on a post-2015 framework pay increasing attention to the issue of migration, albeit with a main emphasis on its functionalist and non-contentious dimensions. Real progress necessitates a more holistic treatment of migration that covers all components of sustainable development.