• Event

    Globalization for an Inclusive World

    Daron Acemoglu, Tina Fordham and Sinan Ülgen will discuss the necessary reforms in the fields of trade, data and technology, finance, tax, and climate change to mitigate globalization’s negative effects and capitalize on its advantages.

  • Commentary

    Transnational Links and Political Attitudes: Young People in Russia

    Personal experiences of travel, migration, and remittances play a role in young Russians’ domestic and foreign policy preferences, trust in political institutions and perceptions of the legitimacy of protest.

  • Research

    The Southern Mirror: Reflections on Europe From the Global South

    In this era of geopolitical competition, Europe believes it offers an approach based upon multilateralism and international solidarity. To convince others of this viable alternative, Europe must better understand perceptions in the Global South and improve its own international standing.

  • Commentary

    Ukraine War Highlights Europe’s Failure to Reassure ASEAN

    ASEAN countries’ responses to the war in Ukraine have not been cohesive, largely due to the perceived selectiveness of the EU’s refugee policy. This disconnect is resulting in a breakdown of trust in the EU-ASEAN relationship, a partnership that is necessary in order to revive multilateralism.

  • Strategic Europe

    Judy Asks: Is Russia’s War in Ukraine Dividing the World?

    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has highlighted preexisting global divisions. It has also fueled grievances over the West’s double standards when it comes to the treatment of refugees.

  • Strategic Europe

    The War in Ukraine Could Change Poland

    Ukrainians fleeing their homes in cities under Russian bombardment have been met with kindness and solidarity in Poland. To fully restore its image in the EU, Warsaw must show it respects the values Ukraine is fighting for.

  • Commentary

    What Happens When Climate Action Fails?

    The EU has a major role to play in accelerating climate action both at home and abroad. If it fails, the bloc will succumb to supply chain breakdowns and migratory pressures. To avoid this, the EU must advance climate justice and restore trust between developed and developing countries.

  • Strategic Europe

    The Other Britain Waiting to Surface

    Boris Johnson ignores the old truth that blaming scapegoats is one way to a run a campaign but no way to run a country. While this lasts, the flame of rational, outward-looking patriotism must be kept alight by Britain’s civil society.

  • Strategic Europe

    Europe’s New Walls

    Belarus is illegally sending migrants to Lithuania and Poland in response to these governments’ outspoken criticism of Lukashenko’s crackdown on the opposition. This cynical strategy is prompting the EU to forge its own short-sighted migration policy.

    • October 07, 2016
    • Al Jazeera’s Inside Story
    Pierre Vimont
    How to Deter Refugees and Migrants From Risky Journeys?
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    • February 09, 2016
    • Euronews
    Marc Pierini
    The EU-Turkey Double Paradox in the Refugee Crisis
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    • February 08, 2016
    • BBC World News
    Sinan Ülgen
    Turkey Wants the EU to Do More in the Refugee Crisis
    Watch Now >

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