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Climate ambition is an investment into the future

Ambitious clean tech investment brings about strategic benefits, whereas fostering fossil infrastructure may put a country into a competitive disadvantage, Professor Goldthau argued during the German-Polish Forum held by the German Council on Foreign…

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The low carbon transition throws up geopolitical challenges for the EU

During his intervention at the 3-day COST Spring School organized by TU Darmstadt, Professor Andreas Goldthau called on the EU to rethink and broaden its foreign policy toolbox.

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Clean technology transfer needs to focus on building innovative capacity

On April 27th, Professor Goldthau discussed the importance of clean energy tech as a central way to advance sustainable development in the Global South, as part of the launch of UNDP’s Global Governance Report on Paving the way for low-carbon…

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Brandt School's Espresso Talks Kicked-Off

Laura Seelkopf (University St. Gallen) kicked-off the event series with a guest lecture about "Global Pathways to the Modern Tax State".

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Brandt School launches International Cooperation and Exchange Program with Colombia

Director Achim Kemmerling officially kicked off the academic cooperation and exchange program between the Brandt School and the Universidad del Rosario in Bogotá, Colombia.

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The Challenges of Regulating Global Supply Chains

Our PhD student Karina Marzano wrote a blog text for the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies e.V. (IASS) in Potsdam on the challenges of regulating global supply chains. She analyzes the German Due Diligence Law based on lessons learned…

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Brandt School carried out a series of talks on career and future prospects

In March 2021, the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy offered a series of talks on career and future prospects to its students, which combined casual conversations, fireside chats and workshops with alumni and guests.

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Access to teaching and event rooms with QR code

In order to protect its students and employees, the University of Erfurt is legally obliged to record the presence of persons in teaching and event rooms during the Corona pandemic. This is to enable the health authorities to trace and quickly…

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