Sunday, September 17, 2017

Homeland Security Committee to hold domestic terrorism hearings after Charlottesville

Homeland Security Today (HSToday) news


Homeland Security Committee to hold domestic terrorism hearings after Charlottesville 08/17/2017
 

The Education of Emmanuel Macron

 Hudson Institute news

The Education of Emmanuel Macron

Canada Should Look at Expanded U.S. Activities in Space as Opportunities

Saturday, September 16, 2017

VIOLENCE AND DISPLACEMENT IN THE NORTHERN TRIANGLE

CHINA AND NORTH KOREA: GEOPOLITICS AT PLAY

Implementing the Texas Coastal Exchange

Implementing the Texas Coastal Exchange

September 13, 2017
The unfettered development of Houston's flood-prone areas undoubtedly magnified the tremendous damage caused by Hurricane Harvey, but zoning or other ...
 
James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy news
 

SMS – Eastern neighbours, contested spaces

Friday, September 15, 2017

Militarizing politics, essentializing identities

DIIS news

Interpretivist process tracing and the power of geopolitics
Cooperation and Conflict, 52:3

The 2017 UK PONI Papers

The 2017 UK PONI Papers
14 September 2017
 
RUSI news

SIPRI Reflection: Climate change, peace and security

SIPRI news

SIPRI Reflection: Climate change, peace and security
https://www.sipri.org/

Online harassment and cyber bullying

Online harassment and cyber bullying
Published Wednesday, September 13, 2017 | Commons Briefing papers CBP-7967
There have been calls to review the law covering online harassment and cyber bullying.

Exiting the European Union and data protection

Exiting the European Union and data protection
Published Thursday, September 14, 2017 | Commons Debate packs CDP-2017-0170

Afghanistan 2017

Afghanistan 2017
Published Friday, September 15, 2017 | Commons Briefing papers CBP-8087
The Western commitment to propping up the Afghan Government is increasing again.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Preparing for the Worst

CFR news

Preparing for the Worst

https://www.cfr.org/podcasts/disaster-resilience

NY株、2日連続最高値 石油株が上げ主導

47NEWS

 NY株、2日連続最高値 石油株が上げ主導
http://www.47news.jp/news/2017/09/post_20170914060408.html
 

Ship security: cyber security code of practice

Ship security: cyber security code of practice
  • DfT
  • Guidance

The Three Pathways (3P) Model of Violent Extremism: A Framework to Guide Policymakers to the Right Questions about their Preventive Countermeasures

Explaining the British Army’s Strike Concept

Every Transaction Leaves a Trace: The Role of Financial Investigation in Serious and Organised Crime Policing

新規開業企業の取引金融機関数が当該企業への貸出に与える影響に関する実証分析

RIETI news

2017年9月12日 [ノンテクニカルサマリー]

新規開業企業の取引金融機関数が当該企業への貸出に与える影響に関する実証分析

大鐘 雄太 (南山大学)

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Terror Threat Snapshot – September 2017

FROM THE HSDL BLOG

Terror Threat Snapshot – September 2017

  • 11 Sep, 2017

Closing the Gap: Assessing Responses to Terrorist-Related Kidnap-for-Ransom

Wave of the Future – Reflections for Resilience Planning Following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma

金融ITフォーカス

How Should Governments Respond to Disasters in the Digital Age?

大島賢三(元国際連合政府代表部特命全権大使/元国際連合事務次長

JIIA new

The UN in the 21st Century: Security Council Reform」(No.246)  
/ 大島賢三(元国際連合政府代表部特命全権大使/元国際連合事務次長)

Brexit reading list: general coverage

Brexit reading list: general coverage
Published Monday, September 11, 2017 | Commons Briefing papers CBP-7958
This paper provides links to a selection of analysis and comment on general ‘Brexit’ coverage.

Brexit: the exit bill

Brexit: the exit bill
Published Tuesday, September 12, 2017 | Commons Briefing papers CBP-8039
When the UK leaves the EU it is expected to make a contribution towards the EU’s outstanding financial commitments.

CETA: the EU-Canada free trade agreement

CETA: the EU-Canada free trade agreement
Published Tuesday, September 12, 2017 | Commons Briefing papers CBP-7492
This note provides details about CETA, the Comprehensive Trade and Economic Partnership.

Sunday, September 10, 2017

US and Chinese interests diverge over North Korea

史料紹介コーナー9月号

NIDS news

史料紹介コーナー9月号
2017年9月6日

TURKEY, AUF WIEDERSEHEN (?)

Limiting the Use of Cash for Big Purchases: Assessing the Case for Uniform Cash Thresholds

Big Data and Policing: An Assessment of Law Enforcement Requirements, Expectations and Priorities

What Rivals Will Britain’s New T31e Corvette be Facing?

Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey: Policy Perspectives

James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy  news

Jim Blackburn

Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey: Policy Perspectives

September 06, 2017
Faculty scholar Jim Blackburn proposes a series of realistic ideas that can substantially reduce misery and damage the next time ...

Effects of a Saudi crude oil increase

Jim Krane

Effects of a Saudi crude oil increase

September 08, 2017
A combination of factors is encouraging Saudi Arabia to consider raising crude oil production capacity beyond the current ceiling of ...
 
James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy  news

Japan's Misadventure in South Sudan

DIIS news
How a Botched Peacekeeping Mission Is Undermining Abe
Foreign Affairs
 

EU intelligence agency not a priority

OSINT news

EU intelligence agency not a priority

EUROSINT FORUM

Futures challenge competition: Transport security in 2030

Rethinking South Asia

SWP news

 Rethinking South Asia
< https://www.swp-berlin.org//en/publication/rethinking-south-asia/>

Scenarios for a Changing Geopolitical Landscape
 

Islamic State is changing the face of terrorism

Islamic State is changing the face of terrorism

Lydia Khalil | 29/8/17
Not only has the jihadist threat increased, the nature of the threat has evolved significantly.
Read more.


Lowy Institute news

Better Migration Management

SWP COMMENTS
Better Migration Management
<https://www.swp-berlin.org//en/publication/better-migration-management-1/>

A Good Approach to Cooperating with Countries of Origin and Transit?

Time for Change: A New Vision for the British Economy

IPPR news

Time for Change: A New Vision for the British Economy

Britain’s economic model is broken and produces widespread inequality, says a new report, published this week from the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice. Time for Change: A New Vision for the British Economy presents an analysis of what it calls 'the British economic muddle' and concludes that fundamental economic reform is needed, on a par with the Attlee reforms of the 1940s and those of Thatcher in the 1980s.

Read the report, see our coverage, read the blog[£].

Colombian Gov’t Sells Out Indigenous Peoples’ Drinking Water To Western Mining Interests

IPS news

Colombian Gov’t Sells Out Indigenous Peoples’ Drinking Water To Western Mining Interests
Mintpress News
Colombia’s Wayuú people have struggled to live without water since 2011, as a dam built that year has diverted the tribe’s only water source to a coal mine that consumes an astounding 17 million liters of water a day.

Is Britain really divided over immigration?

Is Britain really divided over immigration?

By Steve Ballinger
According to the caricature of contemporary politics, Brexit Britain is a country tearing itself apart over its relationship with Europe.

DACA decision reaffirms that Congress makes the laws

DACA decision reaffirms that Congress makes the laws. This week, President Trump announced his administration would phase-out a program created by the Obama administration in 2012 that allows illegal immigrants who arrived in the United States as minors to avoid deportation. He also called on Congress to pass legislation within six months to address the status of this group of immigrants.  

The Heritage Foundation

If You Think North Korea Is Too Crazy for Negotiations, Think Again

If You Think North Korea Is Too Crazy for Negotiations, Think Again
John Feffer
Some in the Trump administration are eyeing regime change in North Korea.

IPS news

コラム > ものづくりニッポンの再考・再興

みずほ情報総研 Vol.637「ものづくりニッポンの再考・再興」ほか

┌─┐
│05│ < コラム > ものづくりニッポンの再考・再興
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    │ https://www.mizuho-ir.co.jp/publication/column/2017/0829.html?rt_bn=mm

Friday, September 8, 2017

Preparing for Hurricane Irma

FROM THE HSDL BLOG

Preparing for Hurricane Irma

  • 7 Sep, 2017

Whatever happened to East Africa's oil boom?

DIIS news

Article
2017
Domestic and regional politics upset oil development

研究報告】「インド太平洋における法の支配の課題と海洋安全保障『カントリー・プロファイル』」(平成28年度 国際法研究会)

JIIA news

研究報告】「インド太平洋における法の支配の課題と海洋安全保障『カントリー・プロファイル』」(平成28年度 国際法研究会)

Brexit: the August negotiations

Brexit: the August negotiations
Published Wednesday, September 6, 2017 | Commons Briefing papers CBP-8082
What happened in the third round of Brexit negotiations from 28 to 31 August? Was any progress made in the contentious areas of citizens' rights for EU citizens in the UK and UK citizens in the EU after Brexit?

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Cutting a deal with Islamic State

Lowy Institute news

Cutting a deal with Islamic State

Rodger Shanahan | 5/9/17
A deal involving several hundred Islamic State fighters who vacated the Lebanese-Syrian border area is yet another example of this conflict's complexity.
Read more.

A soft Brexit would shatter trust in politicians

A soft Brexit would shatter trust in politicians

Steven Woolfe, CapX
From the Labour Party's shift in policy to Cabinet ministers' change in tone, the chorus calling for a soft Brexit grows louder by the day.

Kosovo

CEPS news

Kosovo
Federica Mogherini meets with President Vučić of Serbia and Thaçi of Kosovo, Brussels, 03 July 2017. Link
EU in Kosovo cancels 7.8 million euro projects in North Mitrovica, 21 July 2017. Link
Federica Mogherini meets with President Thaçi of Kosovo and Vučić of Serbia, Brussels, 31 August 2017. Link 

< コラム > 英仏が2040年にガソリン車販売を禁止

みずほ情報総研 Vol.638「英仏が2040年にガソリン車販売を禁止」ほか

< コラム > 英仏が2040年にガソリン車販売を禁止
│04│ ―次世代電池に見るEV時代幕開けの予感―
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    │ https://www.mizuho-ir.co.jp/publication/column/2017/0905.html?rt_bn=mm

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Pakistan to the US: Don’t Threaten Us. We Can Walk Away

Energy and Economic Diversification Policy Roundtable

James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy  news

Kenneth B. Medlock III, Jim Krane, Francisco J. Monaldi, Kristian Coates Ulrichsen, Gabriel Collins

Energy and Economic Diversification Policy Roundtable

September 05, 2017
The Center for Energy Studies at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy and the Qatar Leadership Centre hosted a ...

Can DACA be saved?

Tony Payan

Can DACA be saved?

September 05, 2017
Mexico Center director Tony Payan weighs in on President Trump's decision to end DACA
 
James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy

“NEW HORIZONS OF MUSLIM DIASPORA IN NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE”

RIEAS news

“NEW HORIZONS OF MUSLIM DIASPORA IN NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE”
03 September 2017

The legal and regulatory framework for UK arms exports

The legal and regulatory framework for UK arms exports
Published Monday, September 4, 2017 | Commons Briefing papers SN02729
This briefing provides an overview of the development of the legal and regulatory framework for UK arms exports since 1997

Sunday, September 3, 2017

Panel on meeting global food demands

The economic case for a hard Brexit

The economic case for a hard Brexit

Kent Matthews, CapX
Economists for Free Trade calculate that Brexit has the potential to boost the British economy by £135 billion a year.

The French Way

WBUR
The French Way
David Scales

More than 300,000 cases of Lyme disease are reported each year in the U.S., yet there is no national plan for fighting the tick-borne illness.
Pulitzer Center news
 

第13次五カ年計画期の中国環境対策ビジネス動向

みずほ情報総研 Vol.636「おとなの自由研究」ほか
   [寄稿]
     第13次五カ年計画期の中国環境対策ビジネス動向
     ―急激に市場成長が進むVOC対策を例に―
     https://www.mizuho-ir.co.jp/publication/contribution/2017/mizuho-china1705_01.html?rt_bn=mm

Friday, September 1, 2017

Disaster Outreach: Gulf Flooding and Chemical Hazard Awareness

Syria Situation Report: August 23 - 30, 2017

Syria Situation Report: August 23 - 30, 2017
By: ISW Syria Team and Syria Direct 

Artificial Intelligence: Critical Tool for National Security

North Korea: August 2017 update

North Korea: August 2017 update
Published Wednesday, August 30, 2017 | Commons Briefing papers CBP-8077
Tensions have risen alarmingly in the Korean peninsula during the course of 2017. North Korea appears to be making faster progress towards having a nuclear weapons system that can reach the US than many observers expected. What have been the responses of the US, China, South Korea and Japan to developments since the beginning of this year?

2018 Global City Teams Challenge: A Partnership between NIST and DHS

Civilian drones

Civilian drones
Published Thursday, August 31, 2017 | Commons Briefing papers CBP-7734
This paper outlines current regulations for the use of recreational and commercial drones in the UK. It also presents recent policy development in the UK and internationally, as well as emerging technological and regulatory issues related to drone integration into domestic airspace.

President Trump’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council warns of “9/11 Level Cyberattack”

Brexit reading list: legal and constitutional issues

Brexit reading list: legal and constitutional issues
Published Thursday, August 31, 2017 | Commons Briefing papers CBP-7702
The Commons Library has compiled, from a wide range of sources, a selection of analysis and comment relevant to the UK's forthcoming withdrawal from the European Union.

Prison population figures: 2017

Prison population figures: 2017
  • MOJ, NOMS, HMPS and HMPPS

Brexit reading list: negotiations and future relations

Brexit reading list: negotiations and future relations
Published Thursday, August 31, 2017 | Commons Briefing papers CBP-7989
The Commons Library has compiled, from a wide range of sources, a selection of analysis and comment relevant to the UK's forthcoming withdrawal from the European Union.

AS CRISIS BREWS IN THE BALKANS, THE WEST LOOKS ON

The Catalan independence vote 2017

The Catalan independence vote 2017
Published Thursday, August 31, 2017 | Commons Briefing papers CBP-8078
Could Catalonia be independent on 2 October 2017?

THE PRIVATISATION OF INTELLIGENCE: CHALLENGES FOR THE MEDITERRANEAN AND BALKAN REGIONS

Brexit reading list: defence and security

Brexit reading list: defence and security
Published Friday, September 1, 2017 | Commons Briefing papers CBP-7742
The Commons Library has compiled a selection of analysis and comment on defence and security related matters, relevant to the UK's forthcoming withdrawal from the European Union.

YOUTH ISLAMIST RADICALIZATION: THE PUSH FACTORS AND STRATEGIES TO COMBAT IT

ASEANの安全保障協力と海洋問題の位置

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Why should the UN Security Council deal with climate security risks?

ROKing the Boat: US Nuclear Weapons in South Korea?

High costs of cancer care

James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy  news

Vivian Ho

High costs of cancer care

August 21, 2017
Vivian Ho, director of the Center for Health and Biosciences, writes about her research on discovering the sources of cost ...

Sensible policy on drug use

James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy  news

Katharine Neill Harris

Sensible policy on drug use

August 21, 2017
By Jay Jenkins and Katharine Neill Harris In an op-ed for the Houston Chronicle, Jenkins and fellow Neill Harris urge ...

Trump's Afghan Strategy

James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy  news
 
Joe Barnes

Trump's Afghan Strategy

August 22, 2017
In his first prime-time address to the nation, President Trump committed the United States to a sustained and, indeed, enhanced ...

Nuclear Energy Infrastructure and U.S. National Security

Bitcoin for Bombs

CFR news

 Bitcoin for Bombs

https://www.cfr.org/article/bitcoin-bombs

Task Force on Cyber Deterrence

Earl Gregg Swem Library news
Task Force on Cyber Deterrence

Military low flying: air weapons ranges activity

THE BARCELONA TERRORIST ATTACK- A FIRST ASSESSMENT

NRIパブリックマネジメントレビュー

Saturday, August 19, 2017

No, Affirmative Action Isn’t Keeping White Students Down

IPS news
No, Affirmative Action Isn’t Keeping White Students Down
Jessicah Pierre
Enrollment rates are still higher for whites than blacks or Latinos. Now is the worst time to roll back affirmative action.

India's unfinished business

India's unfinished business

Alyssa Ayres, Council on Foreign Relations
On numerous important measures, from GDP growth to literacy rates, India has made great strides since independence in 1947.

More patronising European advice won't make Africa rich

More patronising European advice won't make Africa rich

By Stacey Ndlovu
Earlier this year, in what was billed as the 'Marshall Plan With Africa', the German government suggested that the way for African countries to flourish was by imposing further trade barriers.

The Heritage Insider

Toward reining in unnecessary occupational licensing: Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah):
“In 1950, fewer than 5% of U.S. workers had to be licensed for their jobs. Today, nearly one in three needs a license.  […]

West Africa

World Policy Institute news

Gertrude Adwoa Offeibea Ansaaku explains how addressing youth unemployment and reducing economic inequality will reduce the threat posed by violent extremist groups across West Africa.

South China Sea patrols: Does the Trump team get it?

Lowy Institute news

South China Sea patrols: Does the Trump team get it?

Andrew Chubb | 15/8/17
The White House seems to regard FONOPs to induce Chinese concessions on the North Korean nuclear issue. This is not what these patrols are designed for.
Read more.

New Cato reports on critical foreign policy issues

Step Back:  Lessons for U.S. Foreign Policy from the Failed War on Terror

The international war on terrorism launched by the U.S. after 9/11 has destabilized the Middle East but has done little to protect the country from terrorism. In this newly released study, scholars A. Trevor Thrall and Erik Goepner detail and chart how the War on Terror has failed. The alternative strategies they then offer include an imperative to push regional partners to confront terrorists groups abroad; and a great emphasis on intelligence and law enforcement for combating the threat.


- Listen to the audio edition of this report
 - Read (online or print) the full report PDF

What's the point of Theresa May's government?

What's the point of Theresa May's government?

Alex Massie, CapX
Theresa May returns from holiday to find her administration divided - and paralysed by those divisions.

Friday, August 18, 2017

Barcelona Terror Attack: At Least 13 Dead After Van Plows into Crowd; 2 Suspects Arrested

Brexit and state pensions

Brexit and state pensions
Published Friday, August 18, 2017 | Commons Briefing papers CBP-7894
This Commons Library briefing looks at EU law providing for the co-ordination of State Pension entitlement and the possible impact of Brexit

Supporting water service providers during conflicts

BICC news

Don't believe the Brexit hysteria

Don't believe the Brexit hysteria

Lee Rotherham, CapX
Westminster is at the low ebb of its summer break.

Trump, incivility, and politics

VIDEO - Trump, incivility, and politics
By Professor Jeremy Waldron

Maxim Institute news

Security and Privacy Controls for Information Systems and Organizations

Conflict Management Training for Peacekeepers: Assessment and Recommendations

Another Defense Against North Korea's Missiles: Drones

 Hudson Institute news
Arthur Herman
San Diego Union Tribune

Robust International Peacekeeping: Is Asia Up to the Task?

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Van rams crowds in Barcelona tourist area - terror attack

Practicing a Whole-of-Society Approach to Counter Hybrid Threats

GCSP news

Practicing a Whole-of-Society Approach to Counter Hybrid Threats

Interview between GCSP alumni

Women in Mediation: Connecting the Local and the Global

GCSP news

Women in Mediation: Connecting the Local and the Global

Strategic Security Analysis - 2017

A Brighter Future for Argentina’s President Macri

James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy  news

Mark P. Jones

A Brighter Future for Argentina’s President Macri

August 15, 2017
Political science fellow Mark P. Jones analyzes the results of Argentina’s legislative primary and its implications for the 2019 presidential ...

US interests & the Qatar standoff

James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy  news
Kristian Coates Ulrichsen

US interests & the Qatar standoff

August 14, 2017
The U.S. has much to lose in any protracted confrontation in the Gulf, particularly if it leaves the GCC gravely ...

Sighting the Solar Eclipse: A Planning Guide

FROM THE HSDL BLOG

Sighting the Solar Eclipse: A Planning Guide

  • 16 Aug, 2017

Agricultural statistics and climate change

Agricultural statistics and climate change
  • Defra
  • National Statistics

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

A preventive attack on North Korea would be problematic

A preventive attack on North Korea would be problematic.
The Heritage Insider news
Bruce Klingner:
“[A] U.S. military attack against production or test facilities of North Korea’s nuclear or missile programs would be an offensive action that could trigger an all-out war with a nuclear-armed North Korea. Pyongyang already has the ability to target South Korea and Japan with nuclear weapons and also has a million-man army poised just across the DMZ from South Korea. Without moving any military units, Pyongyang could unleash a devastating artillery attack on Seoul. […]
“Some experts advocate preemptive attack to prevent North Korea from completing the development of a nuclear ICBM that can threaten the U.S. However, they have not identified what technological milestone they would use military force to prevent, nor have they identified how the U.S. would know Pyongyang was on the verge of progressing beyond that milestone. This shortage of concrete information yields a number of pressing questions, including:
“Given the opacity of North Korea, how likely is it that the U.S. Intelligence Community could provide comprehensive, actionable information in sufficient time to enable U.S. prior action?
“What targets would need to be included to ensure that the capability is prevented—only missile test facilities or also missile and nuclear weapons research, production, and storage facilities?
“Would military missile units also be included?
“What mitigating actions would be taken to prevent a North Korean military response, including a potentially cataclysmic attack on Seoul?
“How would China respond to an attack on its ally?”
Klinger recommends that the United States “reserve a preemptive attack for a situation in which the Intelligence Community has strong evidence of imminent strategic nuclear attack on the U.S. or its allies.” He continues: “Allies and opponents alike should be aware that the U.S. is willing and able to use the means necessary to defend its national interests. However, the U.S. need not needlessly precipitate a conflict.” [Internal citations omitted.] [The Heritage Foundation]

Does globalisation make the world less stable?

Does globalisation make the world less stable?

Tito Cordella and Anderson Ospino, Vox EU
Ever more interconnected financial markets - a crucial aspect of globalisation - are generally assumed to be the source of economic instability.

Fire, Fury and Bombast

PBS NewsHour
Fire, Fury and Bombast
Jamie Mclntyre

President Trump boasted last week that he had ordered a modernization of the US’s nuclear arsenal.
news from the Pulitzer Center
 

Will American conservatives save themselves from the Trump mob?

Will American conservatives save themselves from the Trump mob?

Dominic Green, CapX
Donald Trump rode white male resentment all the way from the Birther fringe to the White House. The recent violence in Charlottesville drew from that same well of racism and anger.

ASEAN Council promotes food and agricultural trade with ASEAN partners

ASEAN Council promotes food and agricultural trade with ASEAN partners - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
http://dfat.gov.au/news/media-releases/Pages/australia-asean-council-promotes-food-and-agricultural-trade-with-asean-partners.aspx
The Australian Passport Office and its agents are committed to providing a secure, efficient and responsive passport service for Australia....

Why the UK Needs to be Thinking Now about a Possible Korean War

Northern Ireland and Ireland - a position paper

Northern Ireland and Ireland - a position paper
  • NIO and DExEU
  • Policy paper

カール・バウデンバッハー (欧州自由貿易連合(EFTA)裁判所長官)

RIETI news

2017年8月16日 [BBLセミナー]

Brexit: Recent Developments--The EEA Option

カール・バウデンバッハー (欧州自由貿易連合(EFTA)裁判所長官)

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

North Korea Backs Off Guam Threat

Hudson Institute news

North Korea Backs Off Guam Threat

North Korea Worst Persecutor of Christians in the World

Hudson Institute news

Newsmax

Trump Can Save Lives by Stopping Illegal Opioids at Their Source

Muslim Brotherhood demands deter Middle East democracy

Marginalisation will sustain smuggling in Libyan south

Living in denial

DIIS news

The cultural factor in European politics and history

DIIS Research among 10 Best Article on Migration

DIIS news

DIIS Research among 10 Best Article on Migration

India at Seventy

IMF、中国に貿易障壁削減促す 年次報告書

47NEWS

IMF、中国に貿易障壁削減促す 年次報告書                           

China's calculus on hypersonic glide

Brexit and Sanctions: Can the UK Lead From Behind?

Syria Situation Report: July 27 - August 9, 2017

Terror Threat Snapshot – August 2017

FROM THE HSDL BLOG

Terror Threat Snapshot – August 2017

  • 15 Aug, 2017

FOI release: FCO, BP and Turkey

FOI release: FCO, BP and Turkey
  • FCO
  • FOI release

日本における賃金の輸出プレミア:employer-employee dataを利用した分析

RIETI news

2017年8月14日 [ノンテクニカルサマリー]

日本における賃金の輸出プレミア:employer-employee dataを利用した分析

伊藤 公二 (コンサルティングフェロー)

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Huge potential for private forestry in Tanzania

DIIS news

Huge potential for private forestry in Tanzania

But non-industrial tree-growers overlooked in policies and by institutions