WeBuildEurope spoke to Prof. Karl Aiginger about the implications of OBOR for the European Union. Aiginger sees opportunity for the EU and potential for the two partners to shape a welfare-increasing globalisation process. Even if differing standards will have to be bridged, acknowledging the goals and requirements of both sides, the Chinese perspective could enrich EU policy. China is an important and necessary partner and if the EU aims for influence in shaping the initiative it should seek more cooperation, both with China and with its Eastern neighbourhood.Continue Reading
“Reshaping globalisation is Europe’s responsibility and chance. Policy should ensure that there are no more winners and losers from globalisation.” – By Karl Aiginger and Heinz Handler.Continue Reading
“While the US and the UK, the two countries who ‘built the global liberal trading order,’ turn inward, Japan and the EU ‘must continue to lead.’”Continue Reading
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WebuildEurope.eu is part of a research coalition led by the University of Graz and the Center for Social and Economic Research – CASE applying to a Horizon 2020 call, Open Science in Action for European-Neighbourhood Policy. We want all actors to be able to propose research questions they believe could bring about creative, relevant ideas in order to make the ENP a better and more inclusive policy.
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With Trump in the White House, how have US-European relations changed? Our partner The PanEuropean spoke to Nicole Bacharan, a historian and political scientist specialising in American politics and Franco-American relations, about how Trump views Europe, how the EU can take advantage of his Presidency, Brexit, and what – if anything – Europe can learn from the US.
A very interesting read on the current state of EU-US relations, on the possibility of a ‘post-Western’ society, and on the future of the EU.
For more, visit: ThePanEuropean.eu
Did you miss it? On April 28, WeBuildEurope.eu and its partner Caucasus Initiative held their first joint international conference, “EU-Russia: Overcoming the zero-sum game in the South Caucasus?” at the Sorbonne in Paris. You can watch or re-watch the videos here.Continue Reading
On April 28 from 15:30 to 20:00, WeBuildEurope.eu and Caucasus Initiative invite you to their first joint international conference at Sorbonne in Paris. Distinguished speakers including Dr. Nico POPESCU (EUISS), Dr. Sarah PAGUNG (DGAP Germany), Sophie CLAMADIEU (Caucasus Initiative), Sophie DEYON (Caucasus Initiative), Tatevik BIJOYAN (HSE Russia). Participation to the conference and the following reception is free!Continue Reading
By Dina Arakji
‘The example of Finland?’ and ‘The direction of French politics’Continue Reading
By Dina Arakji
‘Amnesty: EU vs. US’ and ‘NATO needs more from Europe’
By Dina Arakji
‘Macron for President?’ and ‘A Resilient Romania’