France may be ready to take the initiative again in the EU, but it does not know where to press on.
This report explores business models for storage solutions that may help the European energy system adapt to new challenges.
China’s rise: the view from South Korea European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) Alert, No 19, May 2016
Monitoring China-South Korea relations is key for the EU, as both countries have been designated strategic partners. Moreover, the Union has important economic ties to both, and signed a free trade agreement (FTA) with the Republic of Korea (ROK) in 2011.
Taiwan after the elections: what next? European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) Alert, No 7, February 2016
On 16 January, the independence-leaning Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) won a double victory over the ruling party, the Kuomintang (KMT). DPP candidate Tsai Ing-wen was elected president with 56% of the vote, and for the first time the party won a majority in the Legislative Yuan – Taiwan’s...
Exploring the strengths and weaknesses of European innovation capacity within the Strategic Energy Technologies (SET) Plan INSIGHT_E Policy Report August 2015
The purpose of this policy report is to explore the strengths and weaknesses of European innovation capacity within the Strategic Energy Technologies (SET) Plan Integrated Roadmap.
Shaping Expectations to Foster the Low Carbon Transition: Can COP21 be a catalyst for action? INSIGHT_E Hot Energy Topic #11
This report explores the debate on how COP21 could shape expectations of a global shift towards decarbonisation and thus boost low carbon investments.
Russia's 'dictatorship-of-the-law' approach to internet policy Internet Policy Review, Volume 4, Issue 4
Julien Nocetti outlines the new geopolitical challenges posed by the current stand-off between Russia and the West over Ukraine, which have added to the general defensive leitmotiv in the Russian domestic internet governance with a tighter grip on online communications and transactions...
In this article our research fellow Barbara Kunz summarises the broad outlines of German foreign policy to the Swedish public.
A report released by Insight_E, the European energy consortium specialised on energy policy research and analysis