Prof. Dr. Amrita Narlikar is named among five exceptional female scientists with links to Germany.
GIGA President Prof. Dr. Amrita Narlikar is named as one of five exceptional female researchers in “Cutting-edge research with strong women” at deutschland.de. The praise particularly emphasised her work as an internationally sought-after globalisation expert. Amrita Narlikar’s research expertise lies in the areas of international trade, WTO, rising powers, and multilateral negotiations. She also maintains a strong research interest in India’s foreign policy and economy, Sanskrit, and Indian philosophy.
The Germany portal deutschland.de presented this selected group of female researchers at: www.deutschland.de/en/topic/knowledge/women-in-research-portraits-of-top-scientists.
Dr. Christiane Fröhlich and co-authors Dr. Andrew Baldwin and Dr. Delf Roth were awarded the first John Urry Memorial Prize for their article “From climate migration to anthropocene mobilities: shifting the debate”.
Article by Amrita Narlikar, 13 March 2020 – There’s “Keep-calm-and-carry-on” and then there’s burying one’s head in the sand. Germany’s blasé response to the Coronavirus crisis reveals some unpleasant truths. If we have any hope of flattening the curve, the narrative needs changing.
This issue of the Africa Spectrum offers analyses on topics such as ethnic quotas in foreign non-governmental organisations, the tension between the state and Islamist groups in Zanzibar, and on allocation models in climate aid.