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Anticipating the future : scenarios and strategic options for a new global order ; 2nd Alumni Reunion and Conference 21-23 November 2008, Berlin, Germany

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Bosold, David; Brockmann, Kathrin (ed.)

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Corporate Editor Forschungsinstitut der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik e.V.
Abstract "How can global climate change be mitigated and what roles do international negotiations, businesses, cities and consumers play? In what ways could the EU and its member states constructively engage with China, India and Russia? Will organizations such as the UN, NATO and the EU succeed in adapting their strategies to the changing nature of crises? How can global energy security be achieved? Will the G8 soon be a G20? Or, summing it up differently: what will our globe look like in 2020?" (author's abstract). Contents: Panel I: Scenarios and Strategic Options for a European Security Architecture (Björn Seibert); Comprehensive Approaches of the EU, NATO and the UN—Remedy to Address the New Challenges in International Crisis Management? (Claudia Major); Panel II: Scenario's and Strategic Option's for a New Global Energy Order (Rafeh Malik); The Most Important Piece in Solving the Energy Puzzle: Increasing Energy Savings and Energy Efficiency in the European Union (Stephan Renner); The Russian Natural Gas Strategy—Fuelling a Common European Future (Dmitry Udalov); Panel III: Scenarios and Strategic Options for Coping with Climate Change (Eva Strickmann); Strategies for a Clean Future: What Role for New Climate Treaties, Technologies and Institutional Innovations? (Catherine Meade Harris); Panel IV: Scenarios and Strategic Options for Economic Integration and Global Trade (Alejandro Ribó Labastida); Strategic Options of Economic Integration and Global Trade for Africa in the 21st Century (Robert Mudida); The Rise of the Gulf: Myth or Reality? (Esra Pakin).
Keywords climate change; climate protection; EU; UNO; NATO; energy supply; future; security; crisis management (econ., pol.); international agreement; international relations; economic development (on national level); world order; Europe; China; India; Russia
Classification International Relations, International Politics, Foreign Affairs, Development Policy; Ecology, Environment
Method descriptive study
Document language English
Publication Year 2009
City Berlin
Page/Pages 93 p.
Series DGAP-Bericht, 16
ISBN 978-3-9810553-8-2
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications
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