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IIEA Brexit Brief Issue 03

05 Feb 2016

IIEA Brexit Brief 03

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‘To be or not to be together…’ - the draft EU-UK deal

03 Feb 2016

President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, sets out a draft ‘new settlement’ for the UK in Europe.

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Brexit: The State of Play

25 Jan 2016

Extract from the upcoming postscript to the IIEA book Britain and Europe: The Endgame

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Green Bonds and COP 21

22 Jan 2016

How can the world begin to shift private investment from brown to green? At a recent keynote address hosted by the IIEA, Sean Kidney, CEO of the Climate Bonds Initiative, focused on green bonds as an effective instrument for financing the transition to a low-carbon economy.

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Brexit Brief Issue 02

08 Jan 2016

Brexit Brief, published by the IIEA’s UK Project Group, covers developments in the on-going debate in the United Kingdom – and between the UK and the other EU Member States – on the UK’s negotiations over its membership of the Union. 

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Brexit Brief Issue 01

17 Dec 2015

Brexit Brief, published by the IIEA’s UK Project Group, covers developments in the on-going debate in the United Kingdom – and between the UK and the other EU Member States – on the UK’s negotiations over its membership of the Union.

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Germany: Looking In, Looking Out

17 Dec 2015
The latest publication from the IIEA is a must read for anybody looking for a deeper understanding of Germany today.

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Cameron and Tusk exchange letters ahead of December European Council

10 Dec 2015
 
UK Prime Minister David Cameron and European Council President Donald Tusk exchange letters on the topic of the UK’s EU renegotiation demands.
 

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Denmark’s EU Referendum

02 Dec 2015

This blog explains the background to the Danish referendum on 3 December 2015 and outlines the positions of both the “Yes” and “No” sides before reflecting on the implications of the referendum for Denmark’s cooperation with the European Union, and in particular, Europol.

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Pledges, “ratchet” mechanisms and clean-tech innovation: The three pillars of a successful Paris outcome

01 Dec 2015

 

 

A new approach to fostering international cooperation on climate action will be road tested at the Paris climate conference. At its heart are pledges made by individual countries to manage their carbon footprints. So far 180 countries have come forward with commitments covering over 95% of global emissions.

 

 

 

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EU-Africa Valletta Summit on Migration

17 Nov 2015

The Valletta summit resulted in an Action Plan to address the challenges and opportunities that the migration crisis has presented for EU-Africa cooperation.

 

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Political Obstacles for the Trans Pacific Partnership?

16 Nov 2015

Although agreement was reached on the text of the Trans Pacific Partnership, its ratification is not assured. This blog outlines the political obstacles for the Trans Pacific Partnership.

 

 

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