Welcome to Episode 6 of our policycorner.org podcast series! In this episode, Sarah Bressan talks about multilateralism, national self-interest and rising tensions in the United Nations over which of these paradigms will characterize the future of international collaboration. We also talk about the US’ recent decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and […]
Sarah Bressan & Felix Hoffmann
China and the IMF – Convergence or Conflict?
November 24, 2017
In this episode, we discuss China’s economic rise, its growing aspirations on the global stage and what all of this means for global institutions such as the International Monetary Fund. We also talk about heightened tensions in the South China Sea and looming conflict between the longtime hegemon United States and the emerging superpower China.
Riccardo Ramacci & Felix Hoffmann
Bringing Human Rights Home
October 24, 2017
In this episode we discuss human rights, the sustainable development goals and what role transnational cooperations have in realizing them with Policy Corner co-founder Fabio Thoma.
Felix Hoffmann & Fabio Thoma
Seeking an International Climate Displacement Agreement
September 11, 2017
In this episode we have Alina Bill-Weilandt and Delia Roling who share their thoughts on climate displacement and why there is currently a gap in international law when it comes to recognizing the protection needs of those displaced by the effects of climate change.
Felix Hoffmann, Delia Roling and Alina Bill-Weilandt
“Beevelop” rural Ethiopia?
July 24, 2017
In this episode we are joined by Nadine Grimm-Pampe and we discuss land scarcity, land grabbing, international development cooperation and what beekeeping has to do with former US President Truman.
Krekar Mustafa, Felix Hoffmann & Nadine Grimm-Pampe
Europe’s Splintered Union
June 3, 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.