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23.11.2020 | Gender Justice | News
How COVID-19 fuels the digital gender divide
It is high time to act and re-imagine our digital future in Asia.  
30.04.2020 | COVID-19 on East Asia | Coronabrief
Sheep diplomacy and a troubled economy: Mongolia amid COVID-19
Balancing two mighty neighbours is part of the DNA of Mongolia’s diplomacy and economic relations. The country’s economy depends heavily on trade with China and Russia. As demand is decreasing during  
21.01.2021 | Networks for social democracy | News
25 years of partnership for democracy and social justice in Nepal
The FES Nepal team spoke with the first resident director, Heinz Bongartz, about opening the FES office in Kathmandu and the role of social democracy in the country now and then.  
20.05.2021 | Gender Justice | News
Modest gains at risk: Afghan women face multi-dimensional challenges for economic participation
Worsening security conditions and societal polarization pose a risk to modest gains for gender justice. We explored three critical aspects.  
03.04.2019 | Networks for social democracy | News
FES in Nepal: A trusted voice facilitating mutual understanding in the democratisation process
…A mediator and platform for exchange in Nepal through several periods of conflict and…  
04.10.2018 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News
Myanmar faces hard choices over the true cost of participation in China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Initially embracing the opportunity to participate in China’s BRI, Myanmar is now sounding a note of caution about its exposure to Beijing’s projects and financing.  
23.06.2020 | New Geopolitics of Asia, COVID-19 on South Asia | Coronabrief
Geopolitics and Nepal’s future after the pandemic
Nepal’s foreign and security policy is traditionally characterized by a balancing act between India, China and the United States. The geopolitical rivalries exacerbated by the COVID-19 crisis make an  
06.05.2020 | COVID-19 on South Asia | Coronabrief
Pakistan – What lockdown?
… social hardships are much more immediate.  
22.06.2020 | New Geopolitics of Asia, COVID-19 on South Asia | Coronabrief
India's changing geopolitics in post-COVID Asia
The bloody clashes in the high Himalayas between Indian and Chinese soldiers in mid-June add yet another dimension to the unfolding geopolitical churn in post-COVID Asia. They have shattered Delhi’s  
10.07.2018 | Climate change | News
Action on climate change can boost other aspects of development, if properly aligned
At a recent workshop in Vietnam, stakeholders explore how to bring together the work on climate governance and the implementation of the Paris Agreement with the implementation of the Sustainable  
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