Tag Archives: China

EU and Chinese energy cooperation: Remodelling a new world order?

EU and Chinese energy cooperation: Remodelling a new world order?
Thomas Grandjouan

Thomas Grandjouan

Policy Researcher at Politheor
Thomas is a franco-british graduate student in EU affairs from Sciences Po, Paris. His interests include EU energy security, EU-Russia relations, renewable energy sources, and EU institutional reform. He is a member of the Labour Party and the Young European Federalists.
Thomas Grandjouan

Latest posts by Thomas Grandjouan (see all)

Share

In light of President Trump rescinding the United State’s commitment to ratify the Paris climate accords, the EU-China agreement signed in Brussels on June 2nd 2017 signals at least two things: the strengthening of EU-China’s energy cooperation, a keystone of their strategic partnership, and an increase in China’s role on the world stage through a small […]

Read More 0 Comments

The EU-China climate alliance: new plans and old troubles

The EU-China climate alliance: new plans and old troubles
Saba Sekulovic

Saba Sekulovic

Policy Researcher at Politheor
Saba Sekulovic is a recent LL.M graduate in International and Economic Law at Europa Institut, Saarland University, Germany specializing in Investment, Trade and Dispute Resolution. Previously, she obtained her Bachelor of Laws at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations. After graduating, she completed an internship with WilmerHale Litigation/Controversy Department in Frankfurt am Main, as well as Mena Chambers, a dispute resolution and energy law firm in Brussels. Before that, she was a trainee with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro.
Saba Sekulovic

Latest posts by Saba Sekulovic (see all)

Share

At the 19th EU-China summit, set against the backdrop of US-President Trump’s announcement of withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement, the two economies and major emitters of greenhouse gases reconfirmed their commitment to mitigating the effects of climate change. With the 2015 Paris Agreement the 195 signatories commit themselves to reduce the negative impacts of climate […]

Read More 1 Comment

Europe’s hesitance towards China’s market economy status reframed

Europe’s hesitance towards China’s market economy status reframed
Simon Marijsse

Simon Marijsse

Editor at Politheor: European Policy Network
Simon Marijsse holds both a Master’s degree in Public Policy and one in Philosophy (from Ghent University and KU Leuven). After having worked as post lauream researcher at the Jean Jacobs Institute in Bologna, he chose to specialize in Conflict & Development Studies at Ghent University. Inspired by live field work in the Middle-East, Simon currently aims at bridging local grass roots developments with new modes of globalization and rhetorical analysis of policy mechanisms. His interests involve EU foreign policy, historical and contemporary Arab-West relations, and the modalities of subjectivity, identity and state-building practices in the wider MENA region.
Simon Marijsse
Share

Author: Simon Marijsse Despite public outrage around the globe, an overall deficit of transparency at the negotiation tables, and warnings by notable economists, Free Trade Agreements (FTA) relentlessly proliferate around the globe. TCLAN, TTIP, and now, on the 4th of February, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was signed by its participants. Compromising over 40% of the […]

Read More 0 Comments

TPP: Should the key losers – China and Europe – join forces?

TPP: Should the key losers – China and Europe – join forces?

Alicia García-Herrero

Alicia Garcia Herrero is a Senior Fellow at Bruegel and a non-resident research fellow at Real Instituto El Cano. She is also Chief Economist for Asia Pacific at NATIXIS. Alicia Garcia Herrero is currently adjunct professor at City University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and visiting faculty at China-Europe International Business School (CEIBS).

Latest posts by Alicia García-Herrero (see all)

Share

After five years of struggle, a massive trade pact has been signed among the US, Japan and 10 other economies (mostly in Asia but also Latin America): the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Author: Alicia Garcia-Herrero The winners are obvious: Obama and Shinzo Abe, arguably also the US and Japanese economies. Obama can leave office with a […]

Read More 0 Comments

It takes two to tango

Latest posts by Milos Davidovic (see all)

Share

  . On 15th December, the Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang shook hands with his Serbian counterpart opening a transit bridge that is to connect two, up to that point, divided sides of Belgrade. The bridge built by the joint effort of the Chinese and Serbian construction workers, engineers and architects, costs 226 million US […]

Read More 0 Comments