Foreign & Security Policy
Global Security and Foreign PolicyIn the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, the transatlantic dialogue on foreign and security policy has intensified. The perceptions of new threats and global challenges have led to increased cooperation as well as to an intensified strategic debate. The world has apparently become more insecure.
Failed states, asymmetric conflicts, international terrorism, nuclear proliferation but also climate change are new threats for which we seem ill prepared. Our Foreign and Security Program focuses on new policies and institutions as well as on selected regional conflicts such as the Middle East and Afghanistan.
For more information, please contact Sebastian Gräfe at Sebastian.Graefe[at]us.boell.org