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41. The Scotsman: "Demonstrations around the globe show a generation demanding change"  
Our "World Protests" study featured in the Scottish newspaper and daily news website "The Scotsman".  
42. IPS News: "More Austerity in 2023 Will Fuel Protests"  
In their new op-ed for IPS News, Sara Burke and Isabel Ortiz argue that more austerity measures in 2023 will fuel protests worldwide.  
43. Vorwärts: "Wie die Staatengemeinschaft das Krisenjahr 2022 gemeistert hat" (DE)  
Für die globale Ordnung war 2022 ein historisches Krisenjahr. Doch es gab auch Fortschritte bei der weltweiten Zusammenarbeit, schreibt Michael Bröning in seinem Jahresrückblick 2022.  
44. ZEIT ONLINE: "Ein weltweiter Tsunami des Protests" (DE)  
Die Proteste gegen Preissteigerungen bei Energie und Lebensmitteln haben inzwischen alle Weltregionen erfasst. Unsere neue Studie exklusiv in "ZEIT ONLINE".  
45. Imprint  
Imprint Legal notice of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. Godesberger Allee 149 D-53175 Bonn +49 (0) 228 883-0 +49 (0) 228 883-9207 Editor …  
08.12.2022 | Multilateralism 4.0 | Publication
The Return of the West?
30 years after Fukuyama's famous hypothesis on the "End of History," geopolitics are shifting once again. Are we witnessing a "Return of the West"? And if so, what does it mean?  
16.11.2022 | Multilateralism 4.0, Sustaining Peace | Event
Recalibrating German Foreign Policy after the "Zeitenwende”
During his visit to New York, SPD Co-Chair Lars Klingbeil participated in a timely discussion about reorienting German economic and foreign policy in times of "Zeitenwende".  
08.11.2022 | 2030 Agenda, Multilateralism 4.0 | Publication
Study: China's Expanding Engagement with the UN Development Pillar
China has become an increasingly visible player across the UN development pillar, giving rise to competing narratives.  
02.11.2022 | 2030 Agenda, Multilateralism 4.0 | Event
Fall Academy 2022
The FES Fall Academy returns. After a 2-year hiatus, we were delighted to bring a group of young leaders from across the globe to the UN in New York.  
50. "Thinking Allowed" on BBC 4: Protests  
FESNY's Sara Burke spoke with Laurie Taylor, the host of the long-running BBC podcast “Thinking Allowed”, about her research into protest movements.  
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