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Security and Defence Policy Newsletter No.3

30 Jul 2012

This is the third in a series of periodic security and defence policy updates from the Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA). First published in November 2011, these updates address a range of topics relating to developments in EU crisis management, bilateral and multilateral defence cooperation and Ireland’s role in global peace and security.

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European Security in the 21st Century: The EU’s Comprehensive Approach

18 Jul 2012

Today, the IIEA published a paper on European Security in the 21st Century: The EU’s Comprehensive Approach, which forms part of a series of fact sheets and briefing papers on specific aspects of European security and defence policy. This paper outlines the EU’s comprehensive approach and demonstrates how it allows Ireland to participate in a manner that respects the country’s particular strengths and values.

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Fiscal Responsibility Bill Published

18 Jul 2012

The Government has published the Fiscal Reponsibility Bill.

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2012 IEA Review of Irish Energy Policy

12 Jul 2012

Maria van der Hoeven, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) has yesterday launched a review of Irish energy policy as part of a systematic examination of the energy policies of IEA member countries, which takes place every 5 to 6 years.

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Reform of the CFP – Council reaches agreement, but is it green enough?

12 Jul 2012

While the Council has reached agreement on a common approach to fisheries reform, concerns exist that it is not sufficiently ambitious.

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New Leadership at the World Bank: shaping a new era of global development?

11 Jul 2012

This blog examines the recent selection of Jim Yung Kim, a South Korean born US citizen, as President of the World Bank.

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Rio+20 in review

06 Jul 2012

In a previous policy brief in March, I wrote that Rio+20 had “the potential to regenerate political momentum on sustainable development at a time when intertwined global crises necessitate a paradigmatic shift in policymaking more than ever.”

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