Central European Journal of International and Security Studies Vol 9, Issue 2: Regimes of Cooperation
Author: Michael Becker, Pavlo Ignatiev, Iveta Hlouchova, Šárka Waisová, Jan Kovář, Dagmar Rychnovská, Trian Urban, Natalia Piskunova, Jan Prouza, Jakub Horák, Aliaksandr Novikau, Teodora-Maria Daghie, Veronika Váchalová, Daniela Lenčéš Chalániová
Central European Journal of International and Security Studies (CEJISS)
This issue includes articles on 1) the use of incremental escalation as a cost-avoidance measure in international conflicts; 2) Bangladesh’s 2014 elections; 3) the privatization of security in the Czech Republic and how this could work in Afghanistan...
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How to Use Climate Finance
Author: Mark Daniel Jaeger, Axel Michaelowa, Katharina Michaelowa
Center for Security Studies (CSS)
According to this paper, a new grand bargain on global climate change mitigation will depend on the success of the UNFCCC's $100 billion Green Climate Fund.
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Towards ‘Good Enough’ Climate and Disaster Risk Governance
Author: Ian Christoplos, Charles Aben, Bernard Bashaasha, Hari Dhungana, Esbern Friis-Hansen, Mikkel Funder, Nguyen Thi Thanh Huong, Dil Bahadur Khatri, Lily Lindegaard, Carol Mweemba, Le Duc Ngoan, Imasiku Nyambe, Adam Pain, Le Thi Hoa Sen
Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS)
This paper examines the relationship between disaster risk reduction (DRR) and emerging climate change adaptation (CCA) and how these two agendas are influenced by different governance systems, accountabilities and social contracts in Zambia, Uganda,...
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1 Dec 2014
Competitive Diplomacy of India and China
Author: P S Suryanarayana
Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS)
This brief examines some of the ways in which China and India have increased their global engagement in 2014.
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Sea Change: Evolving Maritime Geopolitics in the Indo-Pacific Region
Author: Diane French, David Michel, Ricky Passarelli, P K Gosh, Scott Cheney-Peters, W Lawrence S Prabhakar, Nilanthi Samaranayake, David Brewster, Dan Millison, Rupert Herbert-Burns, Girish Gujar, Hong Yan
This report looks at some of the maritime policy challenges and opportunities arising across the Indian Ocean and the Western Pacific in the 21st century.
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