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Changing Global Landscapes: Globalization ChallengesDr. Tommaso DuranteCategory: Localizing Global Changes.
Changing Patterns of Governance: Coping with Global Risks and UncertaintiesDr. Stefan EngertCategory: Addressing Policy Issues.
Changing Patterns of Governance: The European ModelDr. Julian JunkCategory: Localizing Global Changes.
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Tommaso Durante, lecturer of the module Changing Global Landscapes: Globalization Challenges for the IRO master program published a contribution to the book The Palgrave Handbook of Global Approaches to Peace of Aigul Kulnazarova and Vesselin Popovski.
Another year is coming to an end. It was a colorful and worrying one, with few problems solved and few conflicts resolved. Technological innovation continued apace, generating ambivalent reactions in many societies. The powerful effects of the flow of capital, content and human migration did not shrink much, if at all. Bots and ‘alternative realities’ […]
Some time ago, aspirations were high for setting new standards for social, political and economic developments in the BRICS countries. The hope was that these developments would diverge from those of America and Germany, from an increase in authoritarian behaviors in China, and from the lack of cohesion observed in the EU. But now, as […]