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The Brazilian Amazon Deal: Between Protection and Development

New article in the magazine "KoBra Brasilicum" published by our PhD student Karina Marzano.

 

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Why the global division of labor is good for the climate

In his OpEd for the Süddeutsche Zeitung’s Forum, Professor Andreas Goldthau argues that green industrial policy needs to go hand in hand with open markets. Short of that, learning curves will flatten.

 

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New ISEP Policy Brief offers a regional perspective on the energy transition in India

The brief elaborates on the challenges faced by the coal-dependent Indian state of Jharkhand in clean energy transition.

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Kick-off event for the academic year

The Willy Brandt School of Public Policy at the University of Erfurt invites you to its kick-off event for the new academic year on Thursday, October 29. It will present its publication "Populism and a New Age of International Fragility: Seeking…

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"Prof. Dr. Goldthau, How Does the Pandemic Affect the Transition to Clean-Energy?"

After publishing his article "Protect global supply chains for low-carbon technologies" in Nature, Prof. Dr. Andreas Goldthau offered his take on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the clear-energy transition to the University of Erfurt's…

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"Digital Tapas Bar" goes into the 2nd round

Who is actually sitting in front of the screen? Why does nobody answer my question in the forum? When should I answer the many email inquiries about the seminar? The (first) digital summer semester is over and the next challenge is just around the…

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Brandt School students present research at ECPR General Conference

Students from Dr. habil. Patrick A. Mello’s project group “The Politics of UN Sanctions” participated in a well attended academic panel at the General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) on August 24th, 2020.

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Why we need to protect global supply chains in low carbon tech

COVID-19’s effects have caused global supply chains to buckle and break. Of the many sectors affected, one is particularly worrying — low-carbon energy.

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