China is taking a leading role in the clean energy transition and improving its position in renewable energy innovation. The EU must engage with China in renewable energy research and development if it wants to accelerate the clean energy transition and drive global climate change action.
Jill van de Walle
Getting Your Own House In Order
14 mars 2018
The humanitarian sector has been lagging behind in preventing sexual harassment and abuse committed between humanitarian workers. In the aftermath of the Oxfam scandal, the issue is gaining momentum. But words must be followed by the implementation of robust counter-policies.
Taming the Dragon? Europe and the AIIB
28 février 2018
As China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank becomes a recognized instrument of global economic governance, European Union member states should use their voting power to influence the Bank’s agenda and practices. However, Europe must be aware of certain limitations.
The Dangerous Depoliticization of Economic Numbers
26 février 2018
Daniel DeRock exposes the shaky foundations of macroeconomic statistical methods – from GDP figures to debt measurement – and argues for a fundamental rethinking of how scholars and policymakers engage with quantitative indicators.
“Beevelop” rural Ethiopia?
24 juillet 2017
In this episode we are joined by Nadine Grimm-Pampe and we discuss land scarcity, land grabbing, international development cooperation and what beekeeping has to do with former US President Truman.
Krekar Mustafa, Felix Hoffmann & Nadine Grimm-Pampe
The Threat of Illiberal Populism
19 juin 2017Politique et société
Populism has taken an illiberal turn. Protecting liberal, pluralist societies from the threat of illiberal populism will require deep reforms to our education, communications, and political systems.
Europe’s Splintered Union
3 juin 2017
In this first episode we will give you a brief overview of our project, tell you how to get involved and then discuss „Europe’s Splintered Union“, an OpEd authored by Policy Corner Co-Founder Dylan Chambers.
Mustafa Krekar & Felix Hoffmann
Foreign Aid and Cambodian Power Plays
1 juin 2017Développement et santé
For decades, foreign aid has failed to create a pluralist democracy in Cambodia. With the upcoming election, this provides international donors and investors renewed opportunity to revisit their human rights efforts in the country.
Tu Felix Austria
17 mai 2017Politique et société
The small country of Austria where 2016 did not entail a win for the far-right might have some lessons for liberals who fear a dire 2017.
Bringing Human Rights Home
13 avril 2017Droits de l'Homme et droit international
Transnational Corporations (TNCs) play a vital role in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Yet their ongoing failure to comply with Human Rights has been subject to much criticism. Establishing a legally binding framework that incorporates SDGs’ stance on Human Rights is essential to meet the goals by 2030.