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After the Refugee Movement of 2015: Lesson Learned or Business as Usual?

May 11, 2018

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iStock-814753624-graffiti-handshakeLudger Pries explores the important moral, social and political challenge facing Europe and the international community: the protection of refugees as one of the most vulnerable groups on the planet. […]

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Should the UN Security Council establish a Climate-Change Tribunal?

May 4, 2018

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Shirley Scott and Charlotte Ku explore what the UN Security Council could potentially do to contribute constructively to global climate governance

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What needs to be done to bridge the prosperity gap in the EU

February 27, 2018

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Miroslava Scholten and Michiel Luchtman – ‘The Rise of EU Direct Enforcement and the Accountability Implications thereof’

February 12, 2018

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Research note on the new edited volume ‘Law Enforcement by EU Authorities. Implications for Political and Judicial Accountability’ by M. Scholten and M. Luchtman (eds), EE, 2017. The book came out in November 2017 and was presented at the European Parliament, Brussels, in December 2017.

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Projects, Plans and Policies

February 1, 2018

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Metal Wheel Concept

Andrew Cartwright talks about how innovative thinking can be used to implement policy.

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