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Terrorism & Security Governance

terrorism and security governance

On 22 June the Robert Schuman Centre, in line with its mission to promote policy dialogue with the world of practice, held a discussion titled ‘Terrorism and Security Governance’ involving both well-known academics in the field as well as officials from the European Commission, NATO, and Europol.  Terrorism poses both a policy and an analytical challenge. Yet, if we are […]

Evidence-Based Policy-Making: from Data to Decision-Making

Evidence-based policy-making

The Training 7-9 June 2018 This Executive Training Seminar aimed to contribute to a better understanding of different modes and instruments of evidence-based policy-making. It examined recent developments in evidence-based policy-making, data science and policy evaluation, including various tools of impact and implementation assessment, scientific evaluation, strategic foresight, the policy-oriented use of large data resources […]

Transatlantic Relations: Past, Present, and Future

AGG training transatlantic relations group photo

The Training 7-9 May 2018 This Executive Training Seminar examined the current state of transatlantic relations. The transatlantic alliance between the United States and its European partners has been essential for global peace, security, and stability since the end of World War II. But a number of developments are placing doubts on the centrality of […]

Addressing Rising Antisemitism in Europe

Addressing Rising Antisemitism in Europe

Antisemitism in Europe  Antisemitism is on the rise across Europe. Age-old racist Antisemitism and conspiracy theories join Antisemitism stemming from an import of the Middle East conflict into Europe, holding Jews in Europe as proxy. Four antisemitic incidents per day are recorded in Germany and the UK, three per day in France. While the Jewish […]