In the spotlight:
The F-35 as the future of air to air warfare
Articles in English
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TDHJ Special Edition
Neue Fronten am Fuße des Himalayas
Nagorno-Karabakh and Eastern Partnership- Is there a Role for the EU?
Konflikt in Nordäthiopien -
Wege zur Konfliktbeilegung
USA - what next?
Josef Braml and Urlich Schlie
Effect on multilateralism
India and China:
Geopolitics in the Indo-Pacific Decade (I)
Call for papers 2021
submit until end April
In the beginning, there was a thought. Knowledge is democracy's fundament. If war affects all and peace is a global good, security- and defence-policy cannot be reserved for a narrow group of experts and academics. Common understanding within nations and organizations is a precondition in this regard. The protected ones' need to endorse why and for what reason and cause they require protection.
Peace is a cultural achievement. Acknowledging threats, accepting war's existence and understanding the dynamics of geopolitics, conflict and fragility research as well as strategy is crucial to participate meaningfully in democratic processes. This journal is our joint effort to facilitate this exchange of opinions and ensure that your voice is both credible and heard by our audience.
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Until then, we remain with a salute from the horizon,