Month March 2016

EU Security provider: NATO-EU collaboration for Maritime Security

Interesting piece by John GLJ Jacobs on the EU Security policy.”The failure to create a post-Gaddafi structure in Libya compounds a challenge, as its vast coastline provides enormous access across what is Europe’s longest “border”: the Mediterranean Sea itself. The… Continue Reading →

EST Visit to the EU Delegation to the International Organisations in Vienna

By Johannes Tropper, EST Ambassador to Austria. On Friday, 4 March 2016, the European Student Think Tank visited the EU Delegation to the International Organisations in Vienna. The Austrian Ambassador of the EST with a group of students met the… Continue Reading →

Inside OSCE internships: how to apply & what to expect

By Kinga Jaromin, EST Ambassador to Poland. OSCE (The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe) is an intergovernmental organization specialized in international security, arms control and the promotion of human rights. On 2nd of March Kinga Jaromin, EST Ambassador to… Continue Reading →

Q&A with European Parliament Member Bas Eickhout

Bas Eickhout is a Member of the European Parliament for the European Greens. He is a member of the Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety. Eickhout studied chemistry and environmental science and has worked as a researcher at… Continue Reading →

Together Against Hate: EST statement on Brussels terror attacks

By Kate Perdikis, President of the European Student Think Tank. The EST Board stands with Perdikis’ statement and shares its solidarity and love with victims of terror. After this morning’s events in the European centre of politics, Brussels, the world is shocked…. Continue Reading →

The Dark side of International Law

By Caitlin Biddolph, Australian student of International Relations and Conflict Studies. International law, when observed through a post-colonial lens, is a manifestation of the imperialist ventures of the Western world, which continues to be reflected in contemporary international relations. The… Continue Reading →

The inefficiency of corruption

or why corruption does not benefit an economy By Lisa Mansfeld, head of external relations & media Anti Corruption International Germany and member of the TC development. This piece by Anti Corruption International is a part of the Pitching Europe… Continue Reading →

Blog post: will Climate Change drown our Tourism?

By José Baptista, EST Ambassador to Portugal. José will be leaving the EST soon, and his spot could be filled by YOU! Would you like to be an EST Ambassador and are you currently studying in Portugal? Get in contact… Continue Reading →

EST Monthly Newsletter!

The EST will inform you on (1) must read articles, (2) the past and coming activities, and a humorous writers note called (3)“Nothing serious” with this newsletter. But first, why does the EST exist and what does the EST do?… Continue Reading →

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