Renewable energy is one of the world strongest growing industries; more than 100 countries have developing sustainable energy policies. Renewable energy resources are projected to be one of the major economic engines of the coming decades. Denmark, for example, aims for 100 percent renewable energy by 2050. The renewable energy laws are still developing.
Almost two years after the presentation of the EU Global Strategy and more than a year after Jean Claude Juncker’s white book on the future of Europe, the European Union still struggles with major challenges and threats that seem to undermine the stability of the security environment within its borders and in its neighbourhood.
15th Annual Graduate Conference
The 2018 ASAUK Conference celebrates the diversity and interdisciplinarity of the study of Africa. The conference is a key event for scholars working on and in Africa. The ASAUK 2016 conference at the University of Cambridge attracted over 650 delegates from many academic disciplines and parts of the world. With 202 panels, the programme was extraordinarily rich and varied and resulted in engaged collaboration across the different disciplines that encompass the study of Africa.
The Staging of Politics in the MENA Region
Call for Papers for WOCMES Congress (July, 16 to 22, Sevilla, Spain)
We invite applications investigating the staging of politics in the MENA region (including Turkey and Iran) in the 20th and 21th century for a panel on “The Staging of Politics in the MENA Region”. Submissions may deal with a particular moment in time, take a historic comparative perspective or compare between different countries. Submissions should centre around one of the three core themes:
The Honors College at the University of Houston, in collaboration with UH Energy and the American Councils/U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship Alumni Development Fund, invites paper abstracts for a one-day interdisciplinary conference, Energy and Power in Russia and Eurasia. From the oil boom in Baku more than a century ago, to the pipelines crisscrossing Russia and Eurasia today, energy and global politics have long gone hand in hand.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Brill's new journal Populism