Energy Security & Climate Changego to the project page
New Powers for global change
The “New Powers for global change?” project explores the self-perceptions, roles, motivations and strategies of the so-called “new powers” in the international order.
Over the past year, stakeholders from Brazil, China, India, Egypt, Mexico, South Africa and Turkey, engaged in national and regional dialogues over the foreign policies of these new powers and the impact of their rise on the multilateral systems for global governance.
The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung deems it crucial to strengthen effective global governance mechanisms to address global problems. In this respect, it will be key to engage the new powers to find a common basis for cooperation. The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung believes that through dialogue, it will be possible to identify converging interests and potential conflicts, define areas of cooperation and to devise new mechanisms for coordination.go to the project page
Regional Renaissance - Security in a globalized World
Recent developments in the regions of the South led to a perception of a “renaissance of regional cooperation”. While in the past many ambitious regional projects were doomed to remain patchwork, a number of promising regional approaches to security policy have developed in the course of the past decade. The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, in the framework of its project “Regional Renaissance – Security in a Globalized World,” has looked into perceptions of security and security risks in the regions of the South.