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Susanne Dröge, Felix Schenuit

Mobilising EU trade policy for raising environmental standards: the example of climate action

in: IEEP Think2030, Policy Paper, Brussels 2018 (online)
Erik Brandes, Nicolai von Ondarza, Felix Schenuit

Direct Democracy in Germany

in: Steven Blockmans, Sophia Russack (eds.): Direct Democracy in the EU: The Myth of Citizens‘ Union, Rowman & Littlefield International, London 2018, pp. 230–245.
Nicolai von Ondarza, Felix Schenuit

Brexit Tectonics

The United Kingdom’s departure from the EU is the greatest political success for opponents of European integration. Paradoxically, however, Brexit is forcing EU-skeptical parties to restructure.

in: Berlin Policy Journal, 30.10.2018
Oliver Geden, Glen P. Peters, Vivian Scott

Targeting carbon dioxide removal in the European Union

in: Climate Policy, Vol. 19, pp. 487-494, March 2019
Eva Oer

Despite Brexit, here’s why Germany and EU still need the UK

Mit Zitaten von Nicolai von Ondarza, in: The Scotsman, 24.10.2018
Annegret Bendiek, Milena Geogios, Philip Nock, Felix Schenuit, Laura von Daniels

EU-Canada relations on the rise

Mutual interests in security, trade and climate change

Working Paper 2018/ Nr. 03, October 2018, 15 Pages
Rayk Hähnlein, Markus Kaim, Günter Seufert

What if Turkey left NATO?

In: Magdalena Kirchner (ed.), Hub or Spoke? NATO’s Role in Allied Projecting Stability Efforts on the Southern Flank, IPC – Istanbul Policy Center, pp. 24-26, July 2018
Oliver Geden, Vivian Scott, James Palmer

Integrating carbon dioxide removal into EU climate policy: Prospects for a paradigm shift.

in: WIREs Climate Change, Volume 9, Issue 4, July/August 2018, e521
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