Europe’s Atomic Dilemma: Will the anti-nuclear wave increase carbon emissions?
Rarely has the relationship between public policy and public opinion been so clear in Europe than in the realm of energy since the Fukushima accident. The effects of the Japanese earthquake in this area appear stronger in Europe than in most other regions and probably greater than even in Japan […]
A Western Look at Migration in the Financial Crisis
Migration is increasingly seen as a threat to Western democracies. A mistake, as it could allow these countries to stay strong in the multi-polarized world. At the beginning of December, the Netzwerk Migration in Europa e.V. and the University of Bremen, Germany, organised the conference “Rethinking Migration in Times of […]