Global Cooperation Research Papers
This series gives a timely insight into the ongoing research process at the Centre (KHK/GCRR21). Papers result from research at the Centre including discussions after presenting drafts at the Centre's colloquium. This ongoing series is published under a creative commons license.
- No. 20: The Resilience Turn in German Development Strategy and Humanitarian Intervention
- No. 19: From Inaction to Restrictions: Changes in Lebanon’s Policy Responses to Syrian Mass Refugee Movement
- No. 18: Involvement and Impact of External Actors on Constitution Making in South Sudan and Somaliland: A Comparative Study
- No. 17: Cooperation and Closure in Bilateral Trade Negotiations
- No. 16: The politics of aid and poverty reduction in Africa: A conceptual proposal and the case of Mali
- No. 15: World Courts as Guardians of Peace?
- No. 14: Cultural Bias in the Perception of Foreign-Policy Events
- No. 13: Environmental Politics and the Human Being: A New Interdisciplinary Perspective on Motivational Processes and Sustainable Change Behaviour
- No. 12: Restitution or Cooperation?: Competing Visions of Post-Colonial Cultural Development in Africa
- No. 11: Conceptualising Local Ownership as 'Reflexive Cooperation': The Deferral of Self-government to Protect 'Unequal' Humans?
- No. 10: Globalization, Social Identity, and Cooperation: An Experimental Analysis of Their Linkages and Effects
- No. 09: Why Empathy is not the Best Basis for Humanitarianism
- No. 08: Humanitarianism's Contested Culture in War Zones
- No. 07: ‘It Will Always Be with Us’: Corruption as an Ontological Fact among Kenyan Luo
- No. 06: Culture, ‘Relationality’, and Global Cooperation
- No. 05: Global Cooperation and Economies of Recognition: The Case of NGOs
- No. 04: Is India Fit for a Role in Global Governance?: The Predicament of Fragile Domestic Structures and Institutions
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