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19.02.2024 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: FES Asia Regional lab Moderation and Facilitation
The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Office for Regional Cooperation in Asia, based in Bangkok, is inviting qualified individuals and agencies in the fields of dialogue and seminar facilitation to…  
14.02.2024 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Map of the geopolitical competition in the Indo-Pacific
The geopolitical map of the Indo-pacific looks very different if looked at from the perspectives of Beijing or Washington. Our map visualizes the main fault lines and potential flash-points.  
13. Asian indigenous peoples seek greater participation, respect in climate fight  
Respecting the rights of indigenous peoples and enhancing their participation in climate change processes play a crucial role in addressing climate change, indigenous representatives from Asia…  
14. Feminist approach key to just energy transition in Asia — coalition  
Adopting a feminist approach to energy transitions is crucial for ensuring that the shift to clean energy is just, and addresses historical and current gender inequalities, a network of feminist…  
20.12.2023 | Climate change | News
Opening the mixed bag from COP28: An Asian perspective
Did COP28 succeed in driving globally enforced actions? Take a deep-dive into key outcomes of COP28, focusing on the roles, perspectives, and commitments of Asian nations.  
18.12.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | Publication
China’s international development cooperation: History, development finance apparatus, and case studies from Africa
Explore how China is increasingly proactive in promoting its development and modernisation model and its approach to international relations as a “better” alternative for African countries.  
14.12.2023 | Climate change | News
City Of Dreams
The urbanization of our world needs a concept. Cities are excellent actors in climate adaptation. Unveiling pathways forward at COP28.  
04.12.2023 | Climate change | News
The plastic paradox: pollution, caste and livelihoods
New Delhi, home to over 20 million people, took a major step towards climate mitigation when it banned all forms of single-use plastics in 2017. A few years later, the whole nation of India…  
26.11.2023 | Cross-cutting regional issues, Climate change | News
Capturing sustainability: how the guardians of the forest define it
Rural communities, suburban and urban areas are what make a city a city. But imagine if all rural communities, and the aforementioned urban areas are becoming more environmentally sustainable, the…  
22.11.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | Publication
Pakistan's geoeconomic pivot: Strategies, opportunities, and challenges
The report explores the concept of geoeconomics in Pakistan’s context, the broadening of the definition of national security, and connectivity and development partnerships, that underpin the idea of…  
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