Category Archives: EU

London book launch: EU Climate Diplomacy

It was terrific to join friends and colleagues for the London launch of our book “EU Climate Diplomacy”, co-edited with Vassilis Ntousas. Many thanks to each of the speakers – Francesca Manchi, Dr Christoph Schwarte, Dr Robert Falkner and Laura

London book launch: EU Climate Diplomacy

It was terrific to join friends and colleagues for the London launch of our book “EU Climate Diplomacy”, co-edited with Vassilis Ntousas. Many thanks to each of the speakers – Francesca Manchi, Dr Christoph Schwarte, Dr Robert Falkner and Laura

Presentations on EU-China relations

I was pleased to participate in recent weeks in legal conferences on issues of energy and investment law, including the Energy Community Summer School in Split, Croatia and the Jean Monnet Chair Workshop on international trade, investment and the rule

Presentations on EU-China relations

I was pleased to participate in recent weeks in legal conferences on issues of energy and investment law, including the Energy Community Summer School in Split, Croatia and the Jean Monnet Chair Workshop on international trade, investment and the rule

Article: EU climate diplomacy can make the difference

Vassilis Ntousas and I have written an article for EU Observer, summarising the conclusions from our book EU Climate Diplomacy: Politics, Law, and Negotiations. The article is online here.

Article: EU climate diplomacy can make the difference

Vassilis Ntousas and I have written an article for EU Observer, summarising the conclusions from our book EU Climate Diplomacy: Politics, Law, and Negotiations. The article is online here.

Framing a ‘Just Transition’ Mission for climate action with quality jobs

An important strand of climate policy is how to deal with the employment consequences of the transition to low-emissions production and consumption, particularly in countries and regions that have been dependent on fossil fuel extraction or consumption. The quest for

Framing a ‘Just Transition’ Mission for climate action with quality jobs

An important strand of climate policy is how to deal with the employment consequences of the transition to low-emissions production and consumption, particularly in countries and regions that have been dependent on fossil fuel extraction or consumption. The quest for

Book: EU Climate Diplomacy: Politics, Law and Negotiations

“EU Climate Diplomacy: Politics, Law and Negotiations”, a book I have co-edited with Vassilis Ntousas of FEPS, will be published by Routledge in 2018. The book examines the possibilities and capabilities for EU leadership after a productive but also turbulent

Book: EU Climate Diplomacy: Politics, Law and Negotiations

“EU Climate Diplomacy: Politics, Law and Negotiations”, a book I have co-edited with Vassilis Ntousas of FEPS, will be published by Routledge in 2018. The book examines the possibilities and capabilities for EU leadership after a productive but also turbulent

Transnational Law Institute co-hosts UN climate conference panel discussions

The TLI co-hosted 2 panel discussions, both on the theme of a just transition to the low-emissions economy, together with our partners the Foundation for European Progressive Studies and Fondation Jean Jaures (and, for the first event, with the European

Transnational Law Institute co-hosts UN climate conference panel discussions

The TLI co-hosted 2 panel discussions, both on the theme of a just transition to the low-emissions economy, together with our partners the Foundation for European Progressive Studies and Fondation Jean Jaures (and, for the first event, with the European

Book Review: Before Babylon, Beyond Bitcoin: From Money that We Understand to Money that Understands Us

My review of “Before Babylon, Beyond Bitcoin: From Money that We Understand to Money that Understands Us” by David Birch, concerning the history of money, fintech and cryptocurrencies, is online here at the LSE Review of Books.

Book Review: Before Babylon, Beyond Bitcoin: From Money that We Understand to Money that Understands Us

My review of “Before Babylon, Beyond Bitcoin: From Money that We Understand to Money that Understands Us” by David Birch, concerning the history of money, fintech and cryptocurrencies, is online here at the LSE Review of Books.