Indo-Pazifik

Der Indo-Pazifik ist zum wirtschaftlichen und strategischen Gravitätszentrum der Welt erwachsen, in welchem etablierte und aufstrebende Mächte miteinander im Wettbewerb stehen. Erfahren Sie mehr über die Forschungs-, Politikberatungs- und Wissenstransferaktivitäten des GIGA zu dieser Megaregion, die vor allem auf die Perspektiven von Regierungs- und Nichtregierungsakteuren vor Ort fokussieren.


  • BR24 | Zitat | 08.08.2022

    China-Taiwan: Eskalation oder Drohgebärde? Das sagen Experten

    Was bedeuten die chinesischen Militärmanöver um Taiwan? Wie wahrscheinlich ist eine weitere Eskalation der Krise? Einschätzungen zur sicherheitspolitischen Bedeutung. 

    Dr. Johannes Plagemann

    Research Fellow / Sprecher Forschungsteam

    Vortragsreihe | 30.09.2022

    Franco-German Observatory of the Indo-Pacific

    Das Franco-German Observatory lädt Schlüsselakteure aus dem Indo-Pazifik ein, um Fragen strategischer Natur, der wirtschaftlichen Verflechtung sowie die Erwartungen der Länder des Indo-Pazifiks an den „Westen“ zu diskutieren. Nächster Vortrag von Botschafterin Romana Vlahutin und Dr. Maaike Okano-Heijmans.

    Kooperationsveranstaltung | 06.07.2022

    Engaging in the Indo-Pacific

    The East Asia Institute (EAI), Seoul, and the GIGA co-hosted a seminar titled “Engaging in the Indo-Pacific: German and South Korean Views” on 6 July 2022 at the East Asia Institute conference hall. The panelists held an in-depth discussion on the vision for the Indo-Pacific region, measures for German-South Korean cooperation, and both countries’ strategies for engagement.

    Blogbeitrag | 07.2022

    Biden’s Middle East Policy Contradicts his China Policy

    US President Joe Biden has just completed his first trip to the Middle East. This blog article discusses four global implications of this trip for US Indo-Pacific policy and the China-US rivalry.

    CNBC | Zitat | 18.07.2022

    ‘Unprecedented urgency’ may have pushed India and the EU to revive trade talks after 9 years

    GIGA President Professor Amrita Narlikar has shared her expert analysis on the revival of India-EU trade talks in a recent news article for CNBC.

    Devpolicy Blog | 06.2022

    Australia and New Zealand in the Pacific: the Difference is Migration Policy

    Patrick Köllner contributed to the Australian National University's Crawford School of Public Policy's Devpolicy Blog, discussing the differences between Australia and New Zealand's Pacific policies in terms of migration.

    Prof. Dr. Patrick Köllner

    Direktor des GIGA Instituts für Asien-Studien / Vizepräsident

    Blogbeitrag | 05.2022

    America’s Pivot to Asia 2.0: The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework

    In this tripartite article, I (first) introduce the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework or IPEF, (second) trace its history and discourse back to Obama's 2011 Pivot to Asia, and (third) I offer seven observations about the visions behind, contradictions within, and challenges ahead of IPEF.

    Political Science | 04.2022

    Australia and New Zealand's Pacific Policy: Aligned, not Alike

    This article examines Australia's and New Zealand's policies towards the (South) Pacific. A context-sensitive, paired comparison reveals significant differences with respect to security and migration policies. These difference exist alongside the many similarities and joint approaches in the two Australasian countries' relations with and policies towards the Pacific.

    Prof. Dr. Patrick Köllner

    Direktor des GIGA Instituts für Asien-Studien / Vizepräsident


    Forschungsprojekt | 01.01.2022 - 31.12.2022

    Engaging the Indo-Pacific: German and Korean Perspectives on Regional Cooperation

    A policy-oriented research project bringing together the GIGA and the East Asia Institute in Seoul. The project aims at analysing German/EU and Korean strategies for Indo-Pacific engagement and identifying areas for in-depth consultation, coordination and cooperation.
    Korea Foundation, 2022

    Prof. Dr. Sook-Jong Lee

    Prof. Dr. Yul Sohn

    Prof. Dr. Chaesung Chun

    Forschungsprojekt | 01.07.2018 - 31.12.2021

    Recalibrating China Policy: Australia and New Zealand in Comparative Perspective

    Australia and New Zealand (NZ) have in recent years been at the forefront of the growing confrontation between the ‘West’ and China. Despite very close economic ties with China, both countries have substantially changed their approaches to dealing with the People’s Republic. This research project contributes to and seeks to advance relevant academic as well as policy-oriented debates on the topic.
    GIGA, 2018-2021

    Prof. Dr. Patrick Köllner

    Direktor des GIGA Instituts für Asien-Studien / Vizepräsident

    Forschungsprojekt | 01.01.2017 - 01.12.2019

    Crisis Narratives, Institutional Change and State Transformation: Japan in the Global Context

    While East Asia’s and especially China’s economic growth has become a major driving force of global change, developed countries struggle to readjust their social, economic and political institutions to the challenges of financial crises, shrinking populations, and the rising demand for and costs of social welfare. As an economically and technologically highly advanced society, Japan finds itself at the intersection and forefront of these regional and global changes.
    GIGA, Tohoku University Forum for Creativity, 2017-2019

    Dr. Sebastian Maslow

    Prof. Dr. David Chiavacci

    Prof. Dr. Hiroko Takeda

    Dr. Jeremy Breaden

    Prof. Dr. Koichi Hasegawa

    Ass. Prof. Dr. Saori Shibata

    Dr. Paul O'Shea

    Ass. Prof. Dr. Raymond Yamamoto

    Ass. Prof. Dr. Dr. Ra Mason

    Dr. Shogo Suzuki

    Devpolicy Blog | 06.2022

    Australia and New Zealand in the Pacific: the Difference is Migration Policy

    Patrick Köllner contributed to the Australian National University's Crawford School of Public Policy's Devpolicy Blog, discussing the differences between Australia and New Zealand's Pacific policies in terms of migration.

    Prof. Dr. Patrick Köllner

    Direktor des GIGA Instituts für Asien-Studien / Vizepräsident

    Blogbeitrag | 05.2022

    America’s Pivot to Asia 2.0: The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework

    In this tripartite article, I (first) introduce the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework or IPEF, (second) trace its history and discourse back to Obama's 2011 Pivot to Asia, and (third) I offer seven observations about the visions behind, contradictions within, and challenges ahead of IPEF.

    Political Science | 04.2022

    Australia and New Zealand's Pacific Policy: Aligned, not Alike

    This article examines Australia's and New Zealand's policies towards the (South) Pacific. A context-sensitive, paired comparison reveals significant differences with respect to security and migration policies. These difference exist alongside the many similarities and joint approaches in the two Australasian countries' relations with and policies towards the Pacific.

    Prof. Dr. Patrick Köllner

    Direktor des GIGA Instituts für Asien-Studien / Vizepräsident

    Blogbeitrag | 03.2022

    What Will Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Mean for China’s Belt and Road?: Exploring the Geoeconomic Implications for China's BRI and other Eurasian Economic and Infrastructure Initiatives.

    Exploring the geoeconomic implications for China's BRI and other Eurasian economic and infrastructure initiatives

    Blogbeitrag | 03.2022

    The European Union’s Conceptualization of Maritime Security

    Marianne Péron-Doise

    Dr. Christian Wirth

    Research Fellow

    Vortragsreihe | 30.09.2022

    Franco-German Observatory of the Indo-Pacific

    Das Franco-German Observatory lädt Schlüsselakteure aus dem Indo-Pazifik ein, um Fragen strategischer Natur, der wirtschaftlichen Verflechtung sowie die Erwartungen der Länder des Indo-Pazifiks an den „Westen“ zu diskutieren. Nächster Vortrag von Botschafterin Romana Vlahutin und Dr. Maaike Okano-Heijmans.

    Kooperationsveranstaltung | 06.07.2022

    Engaging in the Indo-Pacific

    The East Asia Institute (EAI), Seoul, and the GIGA co-hosted a seminar titled “Engaging in the Indo-Pacific: German and South Korean Views” on 6 July 2022 at the East Asia Institute conference hall. The panelists held an in-depth discussion on the vision for the Indo-Pacific region, measures for German-South Korean cooperation, and both countries’ strategies for engagement.

    Kooperationsveranstaltung | 27.04.2022

    Regional Conference on Asian Scripts

    GIGA-Präsidentin Prof. Amrita Narlikar trug als Moderatorin und Diskutantin zu der Veranstaltung bei. Im Anschluss an die SCRIPTS-Konferenz im Februar teilte Prof. Narlikar hier ihre Analysen mit einem hochrangigen Panel aus außenpolitischen Entscheidungsträger:innen und Wissenschaftler:innen zu dem liberalen Skript in Asien, auch angesichts der aktuellen Entwicklungen, der russische Aggression und der Beziehung Europas zum indopazifischen Raum.

    BR24 | Zitat | 08.08.2022

    China-Taiwan: Eskalation oder Drohgebärde? Das sagen Experten

    Was bedeuten die chinesischen Militärmanöver um Taiwan? Wie wahrscheinlich ist eine weitere Eskalation der Krise? Einschätzungen zur sicherheitspolitischen Bedeutung. 

    Dr. Johannes Plagemann

    Research Fellow / Sprecher Forschungsteam

    CNBC | Zitat | 18.07.2022

    ‘Unprecedented urgency’ may have pushed India and the EU to revive trade talks after 9 years

    GIGA President Professor Amrita Narlikar has shared her expert analysis on the revival of India-EU trade talks in a recent news article for CNBC.

    Solomon Times | Artikel | 21.06.2022

    Australia and New Zealand in the Pacific: the Difference is Migration Policy

    Patrick Köllner's contribution to the Devpolicy blog, Australian National University, was carried by the Solomon Times, Honiara.

    Prof. Dr. Patrick Köllner

    Direktor des GIGA Instituts für Asien-Studien / Vizepräsident

    21.09.2022

    Potential and Opportunities for Maritime Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific between India, Germany and the EU

    Observer Research Foundation New Delhi: 21.09.2022

    04.09.2022

    The Freedom of Navigation: Toward a Genealogical History of the Geopolitics of the International Law of the Sea

    European International Studies Association Prague: 04.09.2022

    31.08.2022

    Franco-German Observatory of the Indo-Pacific

    Patrick Köllner organised and co-moderated the Franco-German Observatory of the Indo-Pacific webinar on New Zealand's Indo-Pacific dilemmas, featuring Prof David Capie (Victoria University Wellington) as speaker.

    Präsidentin

    Prof. Dr. Amrita Narlikar ist Präsidentin des GIGA. Ihre Forschungsschwerpunkte sind internationale Verhandlungen, wirtschaftliche Staatskunst und Multilateralismus. Sie hat ein besonderes Interesse an Indien, Asien und den BRICS.

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