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Regrets, they’ve had a few: where now for climate politics?
Author: Jürgen Krönig
Date:26 February 2010

The Copenhagen fiasco combined with the crisis of credibility afflicting climate science offers progressives a vital opportunity to inject a much needed dose of realism into the politics of climate change.
 

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Jobs, industry and opportunity: Growth strategies after the crisis
Author: Progressive Governance Network
Date:16 February 2010

Governments around the world must address wide-ranging policy challenges if they are to emerge from the recession and plot a path to sustainable long-term prosperity. The global financial crisis demanded emergency actions to stabilise the financial system and avert a 1930s style depression. 

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Challenging the politics of evasion
Author: Olaf Cramme, Patrick Diamond & Roger Liddle
Date:04 December 2009

In challenging and contesting the "politics of evasion" this new Policy Network paper offers a candid assessment of the centre-left's current predicament, setting out a path for a much needed period of ideological renewal. 

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Decentralising integration policies
Author: Rinus Penninx
Date:26 November 2009

As cities and regions across Europe struggle to manage the integration challenges posed by immigration, a growing number of people are looking to decentralisation for answers. This paper argues that increasing the financial and decision-making power of local authorities is a necessary precondition for formulating and implementing successful integration policies, but it is not a panacea. 

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Democracy, climate change and global governance
Author: David Held & Angus Fane Hervey
Date:23 November 2009

The urgent challenge of climate change poses a critical test for modern democracy and rules-based international politics. Democracies need to shift from loose policy commitments to real and binding action. Yet, there are enormous collective action problems in combating climate change. Can democratic systems evolve to confront the challenge?
 

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An EU "fit for purpose" in the global age - Can we rise to the challenge?
Author: Loukas Tsoukalis, Olaf Cramme & Roger Liddle
Date:30 October 2009

Inspired by three volumes of original policy papers on the full range of EU challenges written by leading experts in the field, this synthesis report provides a compact analysis of how the EU needs to evolve and operate if it is to live up to the expectations and hopes of many of its citizens. 

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Rescuing the European project: EU legitimacy, governance and security
Author: Olaf Cramme (ed)
Date:29 October 2009

What exactly is the EU’s “purpose” in the 21st century and what kind of reforms are required to render it “fit”? In this volume, leading thinkers and experts provide compelling answers to issues of legitimacy, governance, internal security and migration.

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The EU in a world in transition: Fit for what purpose?
Author: Loukas Tsoukalis (ed)
Date:28 October 2009

What exactly is the EU’s “purpose” in the 21st century and what kind of reforms are required to render it “fit”? In this volume, leading thinkers and experts provide compelling answers to issues of defence and security, global economic governance, neighbourhood policy, trade, energy and climate change.

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After the crisis: A new socio-economic settlement for the EU
Author: Roger Liddle (ed)
Date:27 October 2009

In this volume, leading thinkers and experts provide compelling answers to issues of economic governance, financial regulation, budget reform, social policy and sustainable growth. 

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Beyond exceptionalism? The United States in a multi-polar world
Author: Elena Jurado & Priya Shankar
Date:09 October 2009

By announcing their intention to "reset" relations with Russia and hold direct talks with Iran and North Korea, the Obama administration has actively sought to embrace multilateralism. Around the world, this new willingness to engage has been welcomed with enthusiasm, especially following the unilateralist policies of the Bush years. 

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