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27.09.2023 | Future of Work, Trade, labour and social dialogue | News
How to stop Vietnamese workers cashing out of social security
Why are people in Vietnam increasingly quitting social security system? Labour representative, Vu Minh Tien, looks at pressures driving this trend in recent years and outlines urgent steps to reduce…  
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20.09.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
India in the geopolitics of Asia: Four scenarios and policy options
Great power competition has intensified in the Indo-Pacific region; India is in the centre of these geopolitical and geoeconomic push and pulls. Prominent Indian experts and thought leaders convened…  
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20.09.2023 | Future of Work | News
Platform algorithms: A new stage of labor exploitation
The age when algorithms control humans. How true is it? The destructive controlling aspect of platform algorithms reveals the true nature of platform capitalism. Platform companies leverage and…  
14.09.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Exclusive interview: Myanmar’s shifted geopolitical posture after the coup
How does geopolitical competition impact the trajectory of Myanmar? What roles do China, Russia, India as well the neighbors play? In our exclusive interview, Min Zin, Executive Director of the…  
01.09.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
US-China strategic rivalry, South Korea’s strategic choices, and implications for German and South Korea cooperation
The US-China strategic rivalry has placed South Korea in a difficult position. Prof Chung-in Moon takes a look at the country’s domestic debates and contending strategic options in response to these…  
31.08.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
A Singaporean perspective on the EU’s and Germany’s engagement with China
Singapore is significantly intertwined with both US and China - even as the rivalry between them increases. Dr Yeo Lay Hwee shares her observations on Singapore's geopolitical posture and locates it…  
23.08.2023 | Climate change | News
Climate Change-induced migration: Despair and Dreams
The devastation of climate change is widespread. But organisations such as FES Bangladesh, YouthNet for Climate Justice, and others are offering hope for the climate migrants through stirring the…  
21.08.2023 | Gender Justice | News
Gender-Responsive Budgeting in Pakistan: Interview with Marion Boeker and Dr. Elisabeth Klatzer
Political economist and human rights experts underlined that any money spent in the current crises must focus on the needs of both women and men. FES Pakistan had a conversation with two of them…  
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15.08.2023 | Economy of tomorrow | News
FES Bangladesh's Economy of Tomorrow Fellowships Alumna and Her New York Summer School Experience
Halima Binte Islam told us that the FES New York Summer School was not just a series of lectures; it was a transformative experience that fueled her passion and paved the way for a future dedicated…  
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