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Living sustainably: approaches for the developed and developing world
Author: Michael Redclift and Emma Hinton
Date:31 March 2008

The assumptions underpinning policy on growth and economic development at the national and international level will have to be radically reversed for countries in the developed and developing world to effectively tackle climate change, say Michael Redclift, professor of international environment policy, and Emma Hinton, a researcher in the Department of Geography, King’s College, London.

Economic Reform in Europe: Priorities for the next five years
Author: Maria João Rodrigues & Roger Liddle (eds)
Date:10 November 2004

The booklet published by Policy Network sets out an economic and social agenda for the incoming Barroso Commission. It contains eight diverse and individual essays on the reform challenges that the EU faces arising from the deliberations of a distinguished Policy Network working group that met several times earlier this year.


Progressive Politics Vol 3.3
Author: Tony Blair
Date:13 October 2004

This special edition of the journal has been prepared for this year’s Progressive Governance Conference taking place in Budapest on October 13th-14th. With original contributions from Tony Blair, Ferenc Gyurcsány, Ricardo Lagos, Göran Persson and Stanislav Gross, the world leaders consider progressive strategies for the common problems faced by the centre-left.

Progressive Politics Vol 3.2
Author: Giuliano Amato
Date:01 June 2004

The new issue of Policy Network’s journal, Progressive Politics focuses on the future of transatlantic relations. This volume includes six original articles by politicians and thinkers such as Giuliano Amato, Ron Asmus, Laurent Fabius, Ulrike Guérot, Peter Mandelson and Karsten D. Voigt. Together they stress the importance of, and the need for, finding new ways ahead for a revitalised transatlantic partnership.


Where Now for European Social Democracy?
Author: Peter Mandelson
Date:01 February 2004

In February 2004, Policy Network organised a two day British-French-German seminar on the future of European Social Democracy. For this occasion a collection of essays, Where Now for European Social Democracy? was published.


Progressive Politics Vol 1.1
Author: Bill Clinton
Date:01 September 2002

This, the inaugural edition of Progressive Politics contains exclusive articles by Bill Clinton, Pascal Lamy, Francesco Rutteli, Par Nuder, Philip Gould and many more. Whether addressing the reasons behind recent electoral results in Europe, the politics of globalization, or the new policy options open to the centre-left, Progressive Politics sets the tone of the debate for all those interested in modernising social democracy.

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