Securing a Connection: Governments’ Future in the World of Tech

20. Juli 2019

Tech companies are transforming global power dynamics but their antagonistic relationships with governments threaten a future where societies can fully benefit from the fast-paced creation of technologies. Cooperation is needed to achieve true progress by successfully adapting to the transformative consequences of tech phenomena such as digitalization and the rise of big data.

Valeria Filippova

Avoiding Babel: Improving Climate Change Communication

28. Mai 2019

One of the major obstacles to climate change policy is denialism. The discrepancy between our linear way of thinking and the systemic nature of climate change is a key obstacle to action against climate change. A change in communication strategies is essential for success.

Tea Cimini

The Art of Peace: Saving Arms Control

13. Mai 2019

The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Agreement is all but dead. In order to minimize the risk of a new arms race, the EU should strengthen its efforts to include China in the dialogue on arms control.

Hannah Elten

Privatized Development Aid: A Path to Nowhere

9. Mai 2019

Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are increasingly replacing official development aid, as stated in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. But PPPs have flaws in important areas such as accounta-bility and transparency. Their effectiveness in improving value for money, especially in developing countries, is subject to debate.

Tom Josten

The Threat of Illiberal Populism

19. Juni 2017 Politik und Gesellschaft

Populism has taken an illiberal turn. Protecting liberal, pluralist societies from the threat of illiberal populism will require deep reforms to our education, communications, and political systems.

Dylan Chambers

Europe’s Splintered Union

3. Juni 2017

In this first episode we will give you a brief overview of our project, tell you how to get involved and then discuss „Europe’s Splintered Union“, an OpEd authored by Policy Corner Co-Founder Dylan Chambers.

Mustafa Krekar & Felix Hoffmann

Foreign Aid and Cambodian Power Plays

1. Juni 2017 Entwicklung und Gesundheit

For decades, foreign aid has failed to create a pluralist democracy in Cambodia. With the upcoming election, this provides international donors and investors renewed opportunity to revisit their human rights efforts in the country.

Hannah Elten

Tu Felix Austria

17. Mai 2017 Politik und Gesellschaft

The small country of Austria where 2016 did not entail a win for the far-right might have some lessons for liberals who fear a dire 2017.

Stefan Zweiker

Bringing Human Rights Home

13. April 2017 Menschenrechte und Völkerrecht

Transnational Corporations (TNCs) play a vital role in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Yet their ongoing failure to comply with Human Rights has been subject to much criticism. Establishing a legally binding framework that incorporates SDGs’ stance on Human Rights is essential to meet the goals by 2030.

Fabio Thoma

Der innovative Staat

25. März 2017 Wirtschaftspolitik

Innovation kommt oft ausschließlich aus dem Privatsektor, wo rücksichtsloser Wettbewerb zwischen High-Tech Firmen außerhalb der Reichweite des Staates stattfindet. Ein inklusiveres und transformatives Wirtschaftswachstum könnte allerdings durch stärkere und gezielte staatliche Förderung von Innovation und technologischer Entwicklung erreicht werden.

Vanessa Mallari