25.09.2019
Trudeau’s Foreign Policy: Progressive Rhetoric, Conventional Policies

From Canada’s feminist foreign policy to climate action, does Trudeau’s record in government match the progressive values he tried so hard to present?

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28.08.2019
How Do EU Free Trade Agreements Protect Workers?

Jean-Claude Juncker’s outgoing EU Commission emphasised a fair approach to trade – how far do the steps it has taken go towards protecting workers?

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04.06.2019
Enter the Dragon: the New Global Economic Order and What It Means for Europe

The world economy has become a battleground for geopolitical hegemony. To stay in the game, the EU needs a new strategy.

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13.03.2019
Trading Places

On the paradigm shift that awaits, a common-sense approach to rebalancing the troubled structures of international trade in the global economy.

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07.03.2019
Horizon 2050: the Future of the EU-China Relationship

As part of the online series around our new edition, a sneak peak of what cooperation and rivalry between Europe and China could mean for the new global order in 2049.

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30.12.2018
Reshaping Globalisation with A Green Trade Strategy

Donald Trump’s trade wars have triggered a long-overdue discussion on the downsides of international trade. What is the green response?

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27.09.2018
Dirty Rare Metals: Digging Deeper into the Energy Transition

While green tech promises to save the planet through connectivity, the digital economy’s material demands are increasingly unsustainable.

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23.08.2017
Trade and the Environment – Sworn Enemies?

International trade currently creates huge environmental damage and ‘ecological debt’ from certain countries to others. How can this be remedied?

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03.07.2017
Notes From an Island: One Year on from the Brexit Referendum

One year on from the Brexit vote, Britain’s new role in the world, and in Europe, is taking shape – what will it look like?

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04.07.2016
Citizens’ David Against TTIP Goliath

Although the reality is often forgotten behind the acronym, the four letters of TTIP represent a huge transatlantic free trade agreement. How can such a complex issue as a free trade agreement bring out the masses?

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