RSS:

Newsletter subscribe:

Quick search

Corporate Author

Country of publication

Knowledge base

The approach advocated by this paper is not the so-called ‘economic peace’. Economic development is not a substitute for political rights.
Date
28/10/2015
The British government’s approach since 2010 of seeking to enhance the UK's relations with the world’s emerging powers while balancing these with relationships with the United States and Europe h
Date
15/10/2015
The futures (in the plural) that we focus on uncovering are the ones that people are not thinking enough about.
Date
01/10/2015
Built on the previous reports drawn up under the ESPAS project to date, this study seeks to map more comprehensively the five major trends that are likely to shape the future and will need to be taken
Date
26/03/2015
This paper explores the changing power capabilities of Algeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Nigeria, and South Africa (the ‘Big Five’) over the next 25 years.
Date
24/03/2015
This report examines the practice of lobbying and the attempts to regulate it in 19 European countries and within the three core EU institutions.
It compiles the results of national level studies exa
Date
15/03/2015
In September 2015, the heads of state and government of the United Nations Member States are scheduled to decide on the Post-2015 agenda.
Date
01/01/2015
This paper first presents a summary of recent conflict trends in Africa, largely drawing on data from the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project.
Date
19/11/2014
This paper gives a snapshot of Africa’s conflict burden within a global context based on various prominent data providers.
Date
22/10/2014
This second report is designed to feed into the on-going discussions about the Union’s future as the new EU leadership team takes charge.
Date
01/10/2014

Pages