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Update on the development of Germany’s Foreign and Security Policy documents

27 May 2015

Two parallel policy processes are being conducted in Germany and Ireland. 

In Ireland, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Charlie Flanagan, T.D., published a review of Irish foreign policy in February 2015: The Global Island: Ireland's Foreign Policy for a Changing World. The Irish Minister for Defence, Simon Coveney, T.D., is preparing a White Paper, also for publication in 2015. 

In Germany, meanwhile, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs also completed its foreign policy review in February 2015, earlier than expected, while the German Defence Ministry is currently preparing its White Paper on the Security Policy and Future of the German Armed Forces. 

Below, Horst Siedschlag, Member of the IIEA Germany Group, provides a timely briefing on the policy process in Germany. 

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Connecting the dots on mitigation: How to achieve greater coherence between interrelated negotiations on climate change in 2015?

21 May 2015

This blog is based on a presentation by IIEA Senior Research Follow, Joseph Curtin, to a United Nations event entitled, “Connecting the Dots in 2015: How to achieve greater coherence between interrelated policy processes on climate change”.

Delivered 12:30pm (EDT), 20 May 2015

 

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International Survey Findings: Climate-smart agriculture important for developed economies but no clear global leader has emerged

15 May 2015

The IIEA/RDS Leadership Forum on Climate-Smart Agriculture conducted a survey of key international stakeholders in agriculture and climate change. The survey findings suggest that the vast majority of respondents think that Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) is equally important and appropriate in both developed and developing countries.

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