GLOBUS policy briefs

GLOBUS researchers present key findings from research on the EU and global justice, climate change, security and conflict resolution, trade and development and migration in a set of policy briefs.

In a set of policy briefs, GLOBUS researchers present findings from all the thematic areas of the GLOBUS project. In the first policy brief, GLOBUS Coordinator Helene Sjursen (ARENA Centre for European Studies) reviews the significance of the crisis of multilateralism and its implications for the European Union. In the second policy brief, Thomas Diez and Franz von Lucke (University of Tübingen) discuss how the EU has changed its negotiation strategy in the global climate regime after the 2009 Copenhagen Summit, and how the Union can ensure a more just climate strategy. In the third policy brief, Ben Tonra (University College Dublin) addresses the principles, strengths and weaknesses the EU brings to international security operations, how these have developed over recent years across several policy areas, and how this may be understood in relation to the Union’s pursuit of global justice. In the fourth policy brief, Johanne D. Saltnes (ARENA Centre for European Studies) discusses how the EU can achieve an equal partnership with Africa and some of the key challenges the Union is facing in this area. In the fourth policy brief, Pundy Pillay (Wits School of Governance) discusses the link between aid, governance and development in the context of global justice, and argues that the EU must address poor governance on the African continent in its bilateral negotiations. In the fourth and final policy brief, Sonia Lucarelli and Michela Ceccorulli (University of Bologna) ask whether the EU has contributed to a just global and regional governance of migration.

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Published May 31, 2020 10:33 AM - Last modified May 31, 2020 10:33 AM