The US seems to have come to terms with the human origin of climate change, yet significant differences remain between the US and the EU as to the appropriate means to tackle global warming. A number of Transworld Working Papers dissect US and EU environmental, climate change and energy policies with the view to highlighting [...]
TRANSWORLD is a consortium of 13 academic and research centres from the EU, the US and Turkey formed to research the evolution of the transatlantic relationship and its role in shaping global governance architectures. TRANSWORLD is a project mainly funded under the European Union’s 7th Framework Programme that is going to unfold for three and a half years, started in March 2012. More...
The Transworld Consortium held its second plenary meeting at Chatham House, London, on April 25-26. The two-day event offered the opportunity to take stock of the progress made so far in the research developed by the different Work Packages and to discuss the future steps the project will take. The Steering Group Meeting was followed [...]
Four new Transworld Working Paper on trends in human rights/democracy and EU-US adjustment policies (Work Package 5): No. 20: Home-made Adjustments? US Human Rights and Democracy Promotion, by Nelli Babayan No. 19 Transatlantic Tensions on Data Privacy, by Lee A. Bygrave No. 18 “Shocking” Adjustments? EU Human Rights and Democracy Promotion, by Nelli Babayan and [...]
Three new papers from Transworld are out. The topics investigated include global leadership in climate change and the future of the transatlantic alliance: