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In HSFK-Report 5/2009 Andreas Haidvogl scrutinizes if economic growth and peace are correlating in Northern Ireland.
In volume 6 of PRIF’s study series Sonja Grimm examines the role of external actors in the building up of democratic institutions after a civil war…
Kenyan peace activist Dekha Ibrahim Abdi answers media questions on 20 January at 3 p.m.
HSFK-Standpunkt 4/2009 authored by Cornelius Friesendorf on the chances of a security sector reform in Afghanistan
The concept of Gradual Integration is more credible than Privileged Partnership
HSFK-Standpunkt 3/2009 on the crisis in Bosnia and Herzegovina by Thorsten Gromes
HSFK-Standpunkt 2/2009 by Niklas Schörnig shows that fallen soldiers in Afghanistan get increasingly in the public eye
The team around Prof. Tanja Brühl has been awarded the University Award of Hesse for Excellent Teaching
HSFK-Standpunkt 1/2009 by Matthias Dembinsiki on the trend to bureaucratisation of EU´s foreign and security policy
Media and the public are invited on 5 November 2009 at 5 pm