THE MEANING OF PUBLIC DIPLOMACY

As a field of study in international relations, public diplomacy came to prominence in 1965 with the founding of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. One of the Centre's earlier brochures noted that public diplomacy:

THE CONSEQUENCES OF A NO DEAL BREXIT

Author: CBI Report July 2019

1. Movement of Goods

AGREEMENT OF COOPERATION BETWEEN UNIVERSITIES

Goal

Establishment of a program of exchange and collaboration in areas of interest and benefit to both institutions.

Purposes  

  • to promote interest in the teaching and research activities of the respective institutions, and
  • to deepen the understanding at each institution of the economic, cultural and social issues relating to its counterpart.

Types of Cooperation

ABOUT MGIMO, RUSSIA

MGIMO is renowned as one of the leading Russian universities for international, political, legal and economic studies. MGIMO today is a full-fledge university offering both graduate and undergraduate degree programs, as well as PhD, MBA, EMBA courses and pre-university tutorial. The range of academic disciplines constantly expands as new departments and programs are launched every year.

DIPLOMATIC ACADEMIES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

Albania

  • Albanian Diplomatic Academy-Center for International and Diplomatic Studies, Tirana
  • Diplomatic Academy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tirana

Algeria

  • Institut diplomatique et des relations internationales (IDRI)- Institute of Diplomacy and International Relations, Ministère des affaires étrangères, Alger.

Angola

Argentina

RULES FIRST: THE WAY FORWARD FOR ‘SHAPING POWER’ EUROPE

Author: Giovanni Grevi – Head of the Europe in the World Programme and a Senior Fellow at the European Policy Centre

THEY STAND AGAINST THE RATIFICATION BY FRANCE OF THE CETA

On the French side

THE 2030 “PERFECT STORM” SCENARIO

Source: Population Institute

The 2030 scenario outlined below is not a prediction. Nor is it a “worst case” or a “best case” scenario. It does suggest, however, that current trends, if not altered, could produce major shortages of food, energy, and water, and precipitate a global crisis. As such, it is designed to provoke thought and stimulate public discussion.

The year is 2030 and the “perfect storm” forecast by John Beddington, England’s chief scientific advisor, has arrived. These are the key developments:

THE IMPERATIVES OF EU FOREIGN POLICY

Source: ISS (International Institute for Strategic Studies)

VON DER LEYEN- NEW EUROPEAN COMMISSION PRESIDENT

Results

  • For : 383 votes
  • Against : 327 votes
  • Abstention : 22 votes
  • Void : 1 vote

Total : 733 Votes

VON DER LEYEN’S VISION FOR EU

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