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Should we expect Administrative Justice in the United Nations?

January 10, 2019

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Niamh Kinchin explores accountability in the context of decision-making within the UN.

Niamh Kinchin explores accountability in the context of decision-making within the UN.

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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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The Syrian Disaster and the Failure of European Strategy in the Mediterranean

April 7, 2017

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barbed-fencePierre Beckouche examines how the Syrian disaster represents a fourfold failure of European strategy in the Mediterranean. […]

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Anti-corruption in fragile states: A need for better theory and practice.

November 23, 2016

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earthquakeJesper Johnsøn examines the role of organisational factors in the success of anti-corruption strategies. […]

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‘We are Here to make History’ : Matthew Rimmer on attending the 2014 UN Climate Summit in New York

October 14, 2014

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In the wake of the 400,000 strong Climate March in New York and the Flood Wall Street protest, the United Nations hosted a Climate Summit in New York on the 23 September 2014. The event was intended to be a catalyst for the development of a binding, fair, and ambitious international agreement upon climate change.  Dr Matthew Rimmer writes about his experiences of being in New York at an historically important moment.

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