The Doorstep: The Future of Foreign Policy is Feminist, with Kristina Lunz

01 Feb 2024 • 50 min • EN
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Women are underrepresented at all levels of decision-making worldwide. According to the latest United Nations data, only 11.3 percent of countries have women heads of state, and 9.8 percent have women heads of government. Representation at ministerial and local levels is higher but nowhere near parity leading to missing voices in national policymaking. With the globe enflamed in multiple crises from wars to climate disasters, new frameworks for cooperation are needed. In the new English translation of her book on feminist foreign policy, activist and political scientist Kristina Lunz seeks to define what an innovative approach to global diplomacy looks like. How can this inclusive, visionary policy become a reality? In this virtual book talk, Lunz and Doorstep co-hosts Tatiana Serafin and Nikolas Gvosdev discuss a new paradigm for foreign policy, which re-envisions a country’s national interests by prioritizing equality and shifting the focus from the state to the individual. For more, please go to 

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