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1. Deglobalization. Notes for the Debate / Pablo Solon [DE-SY-1] [DEEEP-PAPER-2015-033]
What is Deglobalization? To answer that question, we must first be clear on our definition of globalization [...]
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2. Monitoring Education for Global Citizenship: A Contribution to Debate; Research 5 / Harm-Jan Fricke ; Cathryn Gathercole ; Amy Skinner [DE-DE-6] [DEEEP-GUIDE-2015-004]
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3. Situating the EPA Negotiations: Issues and unresolved debates in Africa-EU trade relations / P. Goodison (from GDC Partners) [CS-GO-1] [DEEEP-BOOK-2014-302]
For a long time it has been necessary to move beyong sterile debates for or against Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs). [...]
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4. Debating aid: A development education resource / B. Borg ; M.R. Costello and C. Regan [DE-BO-2] [DEEEP-BOOK-2014-048]
Starting with an introduction as a reminder on why we need to debate this issue, and a nod to Arundhati Roy’s article on ‘The Algebra of Infinite Justice’, Debating Aid comprehensively investigates every aspect of the controversial issue of aid – from the perspectives of its critics, as well as its defenders. [...]
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5. The Broker: Who is the enemy? Mary Kaldor and Stathis Kalyvas reflect on contemporary violent conflict; 39965 / F. Bieckmann [DC-BIE-6] [DEEEP-REPORT-2014-014]
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