Does the EU really promote the good governance of energy resources?

The EU is one of the few major importers of oil and natural gas promoting good energy resources governance standards in the Global South.

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega Four years on: the world has changed for Biden (and for everyone)

The world has changed in various important ways which Joe Biden, as the new US President, will need to take on board

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega The power of resilience

The pandemic is showing that resilience has to do with the strength and flexibility of the institutions, the economy and the society.

Sustainability-driven digital transitions: tools for the long term

Digital transitions will reshape the sustainability paradigm, but these transitions must be sustainable in itself as well.

Everyday Brexit

The reality of the consequences on everyday life of a no-deal Brexit (or even a very limited deal) are becoming clearer.

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega G20: vacuity and hope

Amid the global pandemic and acute economic crisis that has followed, the G20 has been found wanting. The Riyadh summit proves it.

The geopolitical implications of the COVID-19 pandemic and the role of the EU in the world

What will be the geopolitical impact of the COVID19 pandemic? And what should be the role of the EU in the post pandemic “new normal”?

Data governance: EU-China competition approaches

China sponsors an alternative global approach to data governance. The European Union is required to seek power tools, other than regulation.

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