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Even twenty years after the terror attacks of 9/11, Islamist terrorism continues to pose a security risk. For three years, the IFSH researchers and their colleagues from the Peace Research Institute…
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It is much easier for refugees from Ukraine to arrive in the European Union than for those from other war zones. The EU has, for example, reduced requirements for obtaining residence permits,…
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Science & World Affairs: Current Key Topics
How can the rivalry between the great powers USA, Russia and China be prevented from escalating and leading to an open military conflict? Within the framework of the Körber Strategic Stability Initiative (KSSI), a joint project between IFSH and the Körber Foundation, experts from China, Russia, the USA and Europe regularly exchanged views on questions of arms control for one year. An interactive website summarizes their 19 recommendations for action and presents the project.