Month: December 2019

New Left at challenging times

The consolidation of New Left along with the designation of a progressive candidate in the race to the Presidential election are among the main chanllenges

Electoral contagion: the UK coughs and Ireland sneezes

For Ireland, there is no such thing as a good Brexit. However, if they must now accept Brexit as inevitable, there are a few fundamental protections that cannot be undone.

COP25: Towards multi-speed multilateralism

The result of the COP 25 should not be judged in a binary way: success or failure. On the contrary, the complexity of our world has been revealed.

The Spanish repetition of the COP15 in Copenhagen

The disaster of COP15 in Copenhagen repeated itself ten years . Egoistic national interests are still blocking the necessary consensus.

Shadows and lights at Madrid’s COP25

Important progress was nevertheless made at COP25 on how to most effectively use institutions like public development banks to fund the transition to a zero carbon economy by 2050

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