Transnational Phenomena

Charting a course towards controlled transnationalism.  

Our Expert's Transnational Phenomena section is dedicated to the delivery of strategic insight and the elaboration of sustainable policy solutions focusing on current global trends and future universal challenges. Academics, policy experts and decision-makers from all around the world share their viewpoints and researches on a plethora of extra-territorial related thematic concentrations. Among these include, just to mention a few, globalization, illegal mass migration, climate change, global processes of labor exploitation, robotization, world financial crises, the global civil society and cyber-warfare.




 

Carlos Frederico Pereira da Silva Gama

A recent piece in Jacobin revisited the Battle of Seattle, 20 years later. It argues that the blockade of the World Trade Organization round at the homeland of Grunge and Starbucks was a turning point for…

Read more

Alex Hardy

Estonia is a small country. With a population of under 1.3 million, only Cyprus, Luxembourg and Malta are smaller members of the European Union. Estonia has a long and relatively…

Read more

Charlotte Hulme

Recognizing the importance of non-state actors in climate action In September 2019, Amazon, America’s third largest company by market value ($916B), announced plans to be carbon neutral by 2040. During the announcement,…

Read more
"#Washington and #Moscow have to opt for one of the three possible scenarios laid out for the future of the… https://t.co/7F00FD8cqr

3 days ago
'Despite achieving some victories, the security forces’ treatment of the Sinai’s population undermined the state’s… https://t.co/qVBsQwEpc7

4 weeks ago
"The plausibility of #Teheran opting for the #DPRK’s scenario ... could trigger a #nuclear crisis." - Anastasia Efi… https://t.co/nPO4sG3YL9

1 month ago

In this Section