The German Ambassador to India, Martin Ney, and Helmut Schwarz, President of the Humboldt Foundation at the Humboldt Colloquium in India
Humboldt-Colloquium in India: Scientists meet in Bengaluru for an interdisciplinary exchange. more
Six young international researchers receive Sofja Kovalevskaja Awards 2017
Presentation of the Sofja Kovalevskaja Awards 2017 in Berlin: Six young researchers start innovative projects in Germany. more
New edition of Humboldt Kosmos: The Humboldt Foundation’s magazine takes a look on the topic of nutrition. more
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Kazuhiro Takii, Michael Wachutka (Hrsg.): Staatsverständnis in Japan.  Ideen und Wirklichkeiten des japanischen Staates in der ModerneKazuhiro Takii, Michael Wachutka (eds.):

Staatsverständnis in Japan. Ideen und Wirklichkeiten des japanischen Staates in der Moderne

Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2016.


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