All pages with keywords: international relations

Call for papers for research workshop: ‘Great power responsibility and global environmental protection’ (29-30 June 2018)

Call for papers for research workshop: ‘Great power responsibility and global environmental protection’ (29-30 June 2018)

an announcement featuring Robert Falkner 9 February, 2018

“Great power involves great responsibility” (Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1945) – it has long been recognised that that great powers enjoy special privileges in international relations but also have special responsibilities, … read more »


European climate leadership and COP21 – assessing EU relations with China and India

European climate leadership and COP21 – assessing EU relations with China and India

Public Lecture Fergus Green, Robert Falkner 10 Nov 2015

This panel discussion event will reflect on the role of the EU, China, and India in global climate negotiations. read more »


Dr Robert Falkner – International relations and global action on climate change

Dr Robert Falkner – International relations and global action on climate change

Public Lecture Robert Falkner 4 Feb 2013

In this lecture, Dr Robert Falkner explores the challenges of international action on climate change from the perspective of politics and international relations. This talk includes an introduction to international … read more »


The contribution of the European Union to global climate change governance: explaining the conditions for EU actorness

The contribution of the European Union to global climate change governance: explaining the conditions for EU actorness

a research article by Carolina B Pavese 20 March, 2012

As a regional organization, the European Union’s role in global climate governance faces constraints that do not apply to other members of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate … read more »


Deadline 2015 (PDF)

Deadline 2015 (PDF)

a commentary by Michael Jacobs 12 January, 2012

A summit meeting of heads of government is needed to strengthen global ambition on climate change — we should start preparing now, says Michael Jacobs. Online article no longer available.