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Denmark’s strategy for North Sea oil and 2030 climat [...]

Governments around the world are trying to strike a balance between climate policy and energy policy. This is difficult due to tension between the oil sector and the renewable energy sector, which has created a dualism between climate commitment and energy policies because national energy policies accommodate both fossil fuels and renewable energies. The tension […]

The political and reputational costs of ‘no deal’

Today, UK in a Changing Europe publishes its report on “The Cost of No Deal“, to which I’ve contributed. Here I consider some of the wider ramifications. There is one than one way that the Article 50 process might fail to reach an agreement and it is useful to consider each of these in turn, […]

Climate change and war

An art exhibition in Germany illustrated the tragic price of the migration crisis that is now effecting Europe. The theme of an art installation called Lampedusa 361 was about refugees who have drowned in the Mediterranean, while trying to make the sea crossing from Africa to Europe. The installation which has been exhibited in Dresden […]

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Making global education markets and trade

Europe of Knowledge |

Janja Komljenovic and Susan L. Robertson How are education markets constructed? What is the global education industry? How is education becoming part of global trade in services?  Who are the actors involved? What are the consequences and outcomes for the sector and for society at large? These are some of the key questions addressed in […]

Happy birthday, EU NATO Declaration! All the best for your future

globaleurope, Nele Marianne Ewers-Peters |

NATO Secretary General meets with the European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs

[This post was originally published in the Atlantic Community.]   Saturday, July 8th, 2017 marked the first anniversary of the Joint Declaration by the President of the European Council, the President of the European Commission, and the Secretary General of NATO. The signing of this joint declaration between the EU and the Atlantic Alliance called […]

Denmark’s strategy for North Sea oil and 2030 climate targets

Helene Dyrhauge |

Governments around the world are trying to strike a balance between climate policy and energy policy. This is difficult due to tension between the oil sector and the renewable energy sector, which has created a dualism between climate commitment and energy policies because national energy policies accommodate both fossil fuels and renewable energies. The tension […]

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The political and reputational costs of ‘no deal’

PoliticsatSurrey, Simon Usherwood |

Today, UK in a Changing Europe publishes its report on “The Cost of No Deal“, to which I’ve contributed. Here I consider some of the wider ramifications. There is one than one way that the Article 50 process might fail to reach an agreement and it is useful to consider each of these in turn, […]

Climate change and war

jolyongumbrell |

An art exhibition in Germany illustrated the tragic price of the migration crisis that is now effecting Europe. The theme of an art installation called Lampedusa 361 was about refugees who have drowned in the Mediterranean, while trying to make the sea crossing from Africa to Europe. The installation which has been exhibited in Dresden […]

Brexit is a fascinating case study for students and teachers of UK and EU politics

thebrexitblog |

Brexit is both a boon and a bane to the teaching and study of British and European politics. In this piece written with Alex Boyle, a politics student at the University of Liverpool, we set out the five ways in which Brexit is central to the study and teaching of both.  As a student learning the […]

Why you should read the negotiating manual

PoliticsatSurrey, Simon Usherwood |

It might not have been immediately obvious, but we are now into the meat of Article 50.  Even with a first cycle of meetings now done, it has taken a press conference from Michel Barnier to make any impression on the British media, and even then only to comparing notes on whistling. All of which prompts some reflection […]

Is The Paris Agreement on Shaky Legs? How to Ensure Successful Implementation

Jonas Schoenefeld, Andy Jordan |

What is needed to make the Paris Agreement a success? This blog post focuses on one of the most central but underappreciated elements – the periodic reviews of progress.  States must of course make ambitious and credible contributions in the first place.  But if there is no system to ensure that they are monitored and […]

An American in Paris

europeagonistes |

On the eve of Donald Trump’s arrival in Paris, Mike Ungersma recalls the first visit by an American President His achievements were many – The first President to visit Europe while in office The first President with an earned doctorate degree The first President to hold press regular conferences The first President to win the […]

IMF’s Approval-In-Principle and Greece’s 3rd Program

Mr. Alexandros Kyriakidis |

An exclusive look into the details of the Approval In Principle proceedure of the IMF, and its application on the 3rd Greek Financial Assistance Program: “…the options remain limited. Either the IMF will be satisfied with later, more detailed delineation of the debt relief measures and provide financing, or the Eurogroup will be pressured to […]

The ballad of Jean-Claude and Yoko: understanding euroscepticism

PoliticsatSurrey, Simon Usherwood |

Last week, I snuck in an extra posting, as part of my reflections on a workshop I attended at Sussex on Brexit and euroscepticism. As I mentioned in passing, there were other ideas that floated around my head that day, including this one. One of the more persistent ideas that I have tried to communicate to […]

Knowledge policy coordination (International Conference on Public Policy 2017)

Europe of Knowledge |

Martina Vukasovic The third edition of the International Conference on Public Policy (ICPP) took place 28-30 June 2017, in Singapore, on the premises of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (following the 1st ICPP in Grenoble in 2013 and the 2nd ICPP in Milan in 2015). The conference  included almost 150 thematic panels […]

The Muslim Question

Osmi Anannya |

In the United Kingdom, Muslims should have equal access to opportunities in the labour market and this would greatly contribute to an integrated social atmosphere in the country. The top professions, more often than not, don’t have diversity present and the chances of ethnic minorities, with a Chinese or an Indian background, are far greater […]

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