Month November 2020

The Next Frontier: An Introduction to the European Space Economy

Written by Rui Oliveira Nowadays, humans have found themselves in a dilemma: Save the planet earth or opt for Space. Although some might think the first one is the obvious choice, the truth is that some also look up to… Continue Reading →

Interview of Joshua Kriesmann – founder of an NGO ‘Students Meet Refugees’

Our former ambassador Konstantina Nathanail conducted an interview with Josh, who is the founder and Board Director of the NGO Schüler Treffen Flüchtlinge (STF – Students Meet Refugees) in Berlin. The organization focuses on the promotion of cultural understanding between… Continue Reading →

Right-Wing Movements and Migration in the EU: Which Way (Is) Europe?

Written by Ana Sofia Cabral Taking a look at voting polls across some European countries, one might notice a rise in extreme right and populist political parties, not only in terms of national popularity but also in their fair share… Continue Reading →

An Introduction to Diplomacy: The Role of Gender in Brexit Negotiations

Written by Harvey Dryer It is rare that diplomatic events are looked upon with a gendered lens (Aggestam & Towns, 2018). As such, very few analyses of the Brexit negotiations have taken a gendered approach. However, looking at Brexit negotiations… Continue Reading →

The way to multilateralism: the G20 Summit and the European Union

Written by Pierfrancesco Maria Lanza The European Union (EU) and the rest of the world are not going through a good moment. From the persistent economic crisis, which also deteriorated during the last year, to new climate change problems, it… Continue Reading →

Climate Change in the G20: China’s Zero Carbon Pledge after the Riyadh Summit

Written by Blanca Marabini San Martín The end of the 20th century saw the rise of a global framework for the regulation of international cooperation in the fight against climate change, based on the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on… Continue Reading →

The Working Group on Migration is looking for new team members!

The Working Group on Migration is looking for new team members! Description: Are you studying or interested in migration-related issues? Do you have a passion for writing and researching? Are you keen on analysing and producing migration policy recommendations? Would you like… Continue Reading →

A Common Market Minimum Wage: Reducing Inequalities across Countries and Combating the Negative Effects of Trade

Written by Maximilian Magnacca Part of the series ‘The Future of European Trade: Challenges and Hopes’ Enforcing a common policy for minimum wages will help combat huge differences in living standards across the European Union and help ensure that companies… Continue Reading →

The European Union can be a normative power in the Indo-Pacific

Written by Phuong Pham Under the intensification of the US-China rivalry in the Indo-Pacific, the EU has recently begun gravitating towards this region. Indeed, this “European pivot” was spearheaded by two of the most crucial powers of the Union: Germany… Continue Reading →

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