Tag Archives: International politics

The spell of the Arctic: The European Union and its Northern Neighbourhood

January 10, 2018

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Snowy landscape, ice, wind and blizzard

Andreas Raspotnik explores the future of the European Union’s Arctic policy.

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How SDGs Can Help to Stem the Growing Income Inequality

January 8, 2018

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Income Inequality concept

Peter A.G. van Bergeijk and Rolph van der hoeven explore the role Sustainable Development Goals play in reducing income inequality.

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Taking a Closer Look at State Partition

October 27, 2017

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World Management Team in office silhouette

Stefano Bianchini talks about the recent referendums and why we should give more attention to State partition.

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Competing with the Past: The Struggle for Truth in Northern Ireland

July 20, 2017

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Belfast Murals

Cheryl Lawther discusses Northern Ireland’s past and ways to move forward.

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The Governance of the International Political Economy – by Anthony Payne & Nicola Phillips

April 16, 2014

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Hands in the airIf you ask most people by whom they are governed or, more pointedly, from where they are governed, they will probably answer by referring you to the ‘government’ of the country in which they live. Some might throw in a reference to the local government of their city, region or locality; some, especially those living in Europe, might also mention their sense that they are increasingly being governed by bureaucrats and politicians who work beyond national borders in regional institutions.

Hardly anyone will allude in any way to the international or global stage. Doesn’t everyone know that there is no ‘world government’? Isn’t international politics just a matter of state opposing state, with every country using its power to get away with whatever it can? Well, yes and no. […]

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