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[LATEST] 📰 In her first insight piece, Jana Curcenco provides an analysis of Moldovan President Maia Sandu🇲🇩. She finds ...
25/06/2021
International Development Research Network - Democracy and Civil Society

[LATEST] 📰 In her first insight piece, Jana Curcenco provides an analysis of Moldovan President Maia Sandu🇲🇩. She finds that if two obstacles can be overcome, then Sandu’s hard diplomatic work will be rewarded, and one could see Moldova embark on an effective path to European integration🇪🇺🤝.

Jana is an MA Public Administration student at SciencesPo Paris. Jana’s research interests include political theory, political economy, philosophy of feminism, and international relations, with a particular focus on the European Union🇪🇺 , Europe’s borders with Russia 🇷🇺 , and the United States 🇺🇸 .

https://idrn.eu/democracy-and-civil-society/sandus-moldova-towards-effective-european-integration

Since her election to the position of Moldova’s president, Maia Sandu has not ceased from travelling across Europe to put an end to Moldova’s diplomatic isolation and to demonstrate Moldova’s willingness to develop towards European common values.

[NEW] 📰 Lena Raballand writes that while the EU contributes by providing aid in the Horn of Africa in a vast number of s...
17/06/2021
International Development Research Network - International Security

[NEW] 📰 Lena Raballand writes that while the EU contributes by providing aid in the Horn of Africa in a vast number of sectors such as education🧑‍🏫, employment💼 and infrastructure🏥, making progress in this region of instability and conflict is difficult.

https://idrn.eu/international-security/introduction-to-the-european-unions-projects-in-the-horn-of-africa

Evaluating the success of the EU’s projects in the region suggests that while the European Union contributes broad efforts to provide aid in the Horn of Africa in a vast number of sectors such as education, employment and infrastructure, making progress in this region of instability and conflict i...

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11/06/2021

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[LATEST] 📰 The digital transition ⌨️, inevitably accelerated by the Covid-19 crisis, brought a number of policy challeng...
04/06/2021
International Development Research Network - Economic Development

[LATEST] 📰 The digital transition ⌨️, inevitably accelerated by the Covid-19 crisis, brought a number of policy challenges to the EU especially in relation to emerging technologies in the European market, with Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the forefront 🤖. Read Federico Dante De Falco's analysis here 👇

https://idrn.eu/economic-development/do-androids-dream-of-regulated-sheep-the-eu-ai-act

The digital transition, inevitably accelerated by the Covid-19 crisis, brought a number of policy challenges to the EU as regards emerging technologies in the European market, with Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the forefront.

[NEW] 📰 The Sahel is facing increasing instability. Joey Gurney explores the EU’s 🇪🇺 latest strategy for the Sahel demon...
27/05/2021
International Development Research Network - International Security

[NEW] 📰 The Sahel is facing increasing instability. Joey Gurney explores the EU’s 🇪🇺 latest strategy for the Sahel demonstrates Brussels has recognised some of its failures in recent approaches to the region 🌍. However, the strategy neglects to include input from Sahelian civil society 🗣, and fails to provide substantial attention to the impact of climate change in the area🌡.

https://idrn.eu/international-security/security-and-stability-in-the-sahel-the-eus-2021-integrated-strategy

The EU’s latest strategy for the Sahel demonstrates Brussels has recognised some of its failures in recent approaches to the region, and the emphasis on accountability is an important development.

[NEW] 📰 Digital nomadism is becoming more prevalent, several states in the EU have taken steps to make it a reality✈️🖥️....
21/05/2021
International Development Research Network - Economic Development

[NEW] 📰 Digital nomadism is becoming more prevalent, several states in the EU have taken steps to make it a reality✈️🖥️. Ed Biggins explores the positive and negative effects this lifestyle could have on individuals, companies, and countries👨‍💻👩‍💻🧑‍💻.

https://idrn.eu/economic-development/wandering-for-work-trends-towards-flexible-working-and-digital-nomadism

Digital nomadism is becoming more prevalent than we may think. Several states in the EU have taken steps to make it a reality, and more tangibly than a hypothesised traveller on the beach.

18/05/2021

[📸🎂🎉] One year ago today, the Préfecture de Paris approved our status as an 'Association sous la loi de 1901'. We are forever thankful to our team of researchers for believing in our mission and helping us to regenerate Europe for future generations!

[LATEST] Lorenzo Faggiano writes on the EU's carbon border adjustment mechanism which has lately been given particular a...
14/05/2021
International Development Research Network - Environment and Climate Change

[LATEST] Lorenzo Faggiano writes on the EU's carbon border adjustment mechanism which has lately been given particular attention due to its ambition and complexity, especially as an alternative to free allocation.

Available to read online at: https://idrn.eu/environment-and-climate-change/on-the-way-to-fit-for-55-the-carbon-border-adjustment-mechanism

The European Commission will present a mammoth policy package to reach the emissions reduction targets enshrined in the recently approved Climate Law. The proposal of a carbon border adjustment mechanism, or CBAM, has been given particular attention given its ambition and complexity.

[LATEST] In mid-March, the United Kingdom published their 'Integrated Review' — a foreign policy roadmap to engage with ...
06/05/2021
International Development Research Network - International Security

[LATEST] In mid-March, the United Kingdom published their 'Integrated Review' — a foreign policy roadmap to engage with the world order post-Brexit. Amal Anzari writes, "Both the EU and UK share a common vision of a rules-based international order, effective multilateralism, open societies, and an open and resilient global economy". Read the full insight on the website now.

https://idrn.eu/international-security/the-integrated-review-and-what-it-means-for-eu-uk-foreign-policy

Both the EU and UK share a common vision of a rules-based international order, effective multilateralism, open societies, and an open and resilient global economy. This shared world view should be a good enough objective to work alongside each other and set the space for constructive cooperation.

[NEW] 📰 Carlos Gomez Elguezabel highlights the technological disparities present across the European Union🇪🇺. Eastern an...
29/04/2021
International Development Research Network - Economic Development

[NEW] 📰 Carlos Gomez Elguezabel highlights the technological disparities present across the European Union🇪🇺. Eastern and Southern European economies are often affected and should be aided with a mix of private and public sector growth strategies. 🌐📈🖥

https://idrn.eu/economic-development/how-can-eu-nations-that-are-falling-behind-in-technological-uptake-catch-up-with-the-front-runners

To encourage technological advancement and uptake, the less developed EU nations will have to pursue strategies that stimulate both private and public research and development whilst simultaneously reinforcing the effect of technological spill-overs.

[LATEST] 📰 In Part 1 of Andrea Rocio Limon's series on Latin American 🌎 and EU relations she writes, "The European Union...
23/04/2021
International Development Research Network - International Security

[LATEST] 📰 In Part 1 of Andrea Rocio Limon's series on Latin American 🌎 and EU relations she writes, "The European Union’s priority is to protect its citizens and its European way of life, but its efforts to this end are focused on dealing and managing the issue when it is already ‘home’". Find the full piece on the website now.

https://idrn.eu/international-security/security-cooperation-coca-cultivation-and-citizen-security

The EU and LAC share threats of common interests and must prioritise their 2015 Security Cooperation Action Plan. Peace-building and conflict resolution in the LAC region is essential to ensuring the security of citizens in Europe and Latin America.

[LATEST] 🇷🇺🇪🇺 Lena Raballand writes “Russia and the EU’s relationship continues to be tested since the relational breakd...
15/04/2021
International Development Research Network - Economic Development

[LATEST] 🇷🇺🇪🇺 Lena Raballand writes “Russia and the EU’s relationship continues to be tested since the relational breakdown in 2008 and 2014. Yet, Russia must not be written off as the EU has the opportunity to revive the dialogue with Moscow”. Find the full piece on the website now.

https://idrn.eu/economic-development/the-eu-russia-relationship-understanding-the-russian-perspective

Russia and the European Union’s relationship continues to be tested since the relational breakdown in 2008 and 2014. Yet, Russia must not be written off as the EU has the opportunity to revive the dialogue with Moscow in recognising the deep historical and cultural ties between Europe and Russia.

[NEW] Research fellows Nel Abdullayeva and Shree Shah write in their latest joint piece, “The US and the EU must recogni...
08/04/2021
International Development Research Network - Democracy and Civil Society

[NEW] Research fellows Nel Abdullayeva and Shree Shah write in their latest joint piece, “The US and the EU must recognise that global problems require global solutions, solutions which each will want to lead the way on”. Find the full piece link here 👇

https://idrn.eu/democracy-and-civil-society/us-eu-relations-lets-look-forward-not-back

The US and EU must acknowledge their interdependence and demonstrate support for strong multilateral institutions and treaties, all the while maintaining a respectful dialogue and leaving the past behind.

[Latest] Abdelkarim Skouri writes "North Africa provides as many challenges as opportunities to the EU, mainly regarding...
02/04/2021
International Development Research Network - International Security

[Latest] Abdelkarim Skouri writes "North Africa provides as many challenges as opportunities to the EU, mainly regarding migration, energy and security, but building a partnership will be a complicated task." Read the full article on our website, or as a pdf:

https://idrn.eu/international-security/north-africa-opportunities-and-challenges-on-europes-doorstep

North Africa provides as many challenges as opportunities to the EU, mainly regarding migration, energy and security. However, the absence of an effective North African regional organisation makes building a partnership a complicated task.

New Junior Fellow, Fatima-Zohra Bensaid has written her first piece for IDRN. Fatima-Zohra writes, “While altering the p...
25/03/2021
International Development Research Network - Migration, Identity and Individuals

New Junior Fellow, Fatima-Zohra Bensaid has written her first piece for IDRN. Fatima-Zohra writes, “While altering the public perception is important, more immediate and large-scale results can be achieved by making healthcare policies in Europe more inclusive towards immigrant populations”. Find the link here 👇

https://idrn.eu/migration-identity-and-individuals/immigration-and-access-to-healthcare-in-europe-an-ongoing-struggle

Minorities, and particularly immigrant populations, have less access to healthcare than the general population in Europe. Immediate and large-scale results can be achieved by making healthcare policies in Europe more inclusive.

[LATEST] Junior Research Fellow, Sarah Hunter writes, “Many European Nations such as the UK and Poland are not doing eno...
19/03/2021
International Development Research Network - Migration, Identity and Individuals

[LATEST] Junior Research Fellow, Sarah Hunter writes, “Many European Nations such as the UK and Poland are not doing enough to legally protect the rights of their gender diverse and transgender citizens - a shared approach is needed to protect communities”.

https://idrn.eu/migration-identity-and-individuals/europe-and-gender-recognition-a-shared-approach

Many European Nations such as the UK and Poland are not doing enough to legally protect the rights of their gender diverse and transgender citizens.

Ed Biggins writes his latest insight piece on the EU's Emissions Trading System. He writes "With increasing mainstream f...
04/03/2021
International Development Research Network - Environment and Climate Change

Ed Biggins writes his latest insight piece on the EU's Emissions Trading System. He writes "With increasing mainstream financial appeal and other international trading systems being developed, the EU’s ETS will be a useful tool in the fight against climate change. Policymakers will need to remain vigilant to keep it working effectively". Find the link below to read the full piece and let us know in the comments your thoughts.

https://idrn.eu/environment-and-climate-change/polluting-at-a-premium-the-eus-emissions-trading-system

With increasing mainstream financial appeal and other international trading systems being developed, the EU’s ETS will be a useful tool in the fight against climate change. Policymakers will need to remain vigilant to keep it working effectively.

France’s Loi à la Sécurité Globale (Global Security Law) is seeking to ban the filming and photographing of police offic...
26/02/2021
International Development Research Network - International Security

France’s Loi à la Sécurité Globale (Global Security Law) is seeking to ban the filming and photographing of police officers and their dissemination online to avoid confrontation in their private lives. What does this mean for the press and private citizens and the fight against police brutality? Written by Andrea Rocio Limon, follow the link below to read the full piece.

https://idrn.eu/international-security/frances-article-24-civilian-journalists-and-the-fight-against-police-brutality

France’s Loi à la Sécurité Globale, Global Security law is seeking to ban the filming and photographing of police officers and their dissemination online to avoid confrontation in their private lives. What does this mean for the press and private citizens and the fight against police brutality?

Are you looking for a 2-month communications/marketing internship in the think tank industry? IDRN is looking for its ne...
22/02/2021

Are you looking for a 2-month communications/marketing internship in the think tank industry? IDRN is looking for its next social media intern to join the team in mid-March! Find the full details below.

Are you looking for a 2-month communications/marketing internship in the think tank industry? IDRN is looking for its next social media intern to join the team in mid-March! Find the full details below.

Please welcome our new Junior Research Fellow, Amal Anzari with her first insight piece on EU-ASEAN relations. She write...
18/02/2021
International Development Research Network - International Security

Please welcome our new Junior Research Fellow, Amal Anzari with her first insight piece on EU-ASEAN relations. She writes, "In light of increasing nationalism and a shift away from multilateralism in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, increased inter-regional cooperation between the EU and ASEAN is one way of changing the discussion on global recovery". Find the full piece on the website now!

https://idrn.eu/international-security/asean-eu-relations-global-recovery-through-interregional-cooperation

In light of increasing nationalism and a shift away from multilateralism in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, increased inter-regional cooperation between the EU and ASEAN is one way of changing the discussion on global recovery.

[LATEST INSIGHT] Joey Gurney writes, "If the EU truly aims to tackle biodiversity loss and to lead the way in facing the...
12/02/2021
International Development Research Network - Environment and Climate Change Index

[LATEST INSIGHT] Joey Gurney writes, "If the EU truly aims to tackle biodiversity loss and to lead the way in facing the global biodiversity crisis, then it must learn from previous failures and follow through on the ambitious targets laid out in the new strategy". Read the full piece on the website now!

https://idrn.eu/environment-and-climate-change/the-eus-biodiversity-strategy

If the EU truly aims to tackle biodiversity loss and to lead the way in facing the global biodiversity crisis, then it must learn from previous failures and follow through on the ambitious targets laid out in the new strategy.

[LATEST PUBLICATION] Please welcome our new Junior Research Fellow, Lorenzo Faggiano! Check out Lorenzo's first publicat...
05/02/2021
International Development Research Network - Democracy and Civil Society Index

[LATEST PUBLICATION] Please welcome our new Junior Research Fellow, Lorenzo Faggiano! Check out Lorenzo's first publication for IDRN. He writes on the cooperative vs. competitive debate; posing the question, which of the two is the “default” in #HumanNature and is more beneficial to social progress.

https://idrn.eu/democracy-and-civil-society/on-cooperation-and-competition-implications-for-social-progress-and-international-relations

Investigating the primal nature of the relationship which binds us into society can disclose important information about the institutions we build and those we aim at building.

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