Youth and Sustainable Peace – Panel 1

Youth and Sustainable Peace – Panel 1

November 21, 2018 4:39 pm

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  • Deal or No Deal – Brexit Security Risks and Cooperation
    Europe

    Deal or No Deal – Brexit Security Risks and Cooperation

    The deadline for the British government to secure an agreed withdrawal from the European Union (EU) by 29 March is fast approaching. Despite negotiating a deal for more than two years, the Houses of Parliament have voted down the Prime Minister’s exit plan agreed with the EU.  Defeated by...


  • The Geopolitics of Energy Transformation: On Practicalities of the Big Shift
    Energy Diplomacy

    The Geopolitics of Energy Transformation: On Practicalities of the Big Shift

    According to a ground-breaking report, A New World: The Geopolitics of the Energy Transformation, issued recently by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the global energy system is undergoing fundamental changes which will have a lasting geopolitical impact. Specifically, the Report argues that “energy transformation will alter the global...


  • U.S. Foreign Policy on Syria: Shifting Tides
    Geography

    U.S. Foreign Policy on Syria: Shifting Tides

    In December 2018 the U.S. announced the withdrawal of troops from Syria following the “successful defeat” of Daesh/Islamic State (IS).  In order to understand the rationale behind this decision, it is necessary to go back to 9/11, which marked a shift in U.S. foreign policy with the “war on...


  • High Hopes, High Gains? Egypt’s Prospects for Becoming a Regional Gas Hub
    Energy Diplomacy

    High Hopes, High Gains? Egypt’s Prospects for Becoming a Regional Gas Hub

    The access to energy resources has long been an unquestionable driver for the foreign policy conduct of states, and given the growing energy demand worldwide, this tendency is highly unlikely to come to an end in the near future. Of course, states are equipped with energy resources to a...