GR:EEN - Europe's role in the emerging global order
Global Re-ordering: Evolution through European Networks
GR:EEN is a global collaborative research project seeking to define the role of the EU in the emerging global order.
Our research is coordinated over 8 workpackages, delivering hign quality research findings and policy recommendations as a coherent whole.
The latest from GR:EEN
- New books added!
- All new films added with GR:EEN junior researchers and senior project scholars
- New policy briefing papers added this week!
- Does Britain matter in East Asia? Shaun Breslin at Chatham House
- Sign up to join us at our final public event in Brussels, February 5 2015
- Report published from House of Lords high-level policy workshop
- Latest policy briefs published from House of Lords panel discussions
- 'Democratic Pathways to Global Governance: Experimentalism, Markets, and Biofuel Regulation' - new working paper added
- Photographs added from the GR:EEN House of Lords event
- We have an abundance of working papers and policy briefing papers available to download on our website- help yourself!
- Consistency and coherence in key EU external policies need to be strengthened
- Regulatory coordination between the EU and US should occur policy area by policy area and avoid a process of deregulation in Europe
- A Eurozone seat should be added to the IMF
- An EU-wide White Book on Security and Defence should be drafted
- The role of MEPs in boosting the legitimacy of the CSDP should be explored
- The EU should conduct research on the outcomes of CSDP missions, and feed this back into the policy-making process
- The role of the European Defence Agency should be upgraded so that it can help enhance the EU’s military industry
- There needs to be a common EU position on the future of the CSDP/NATO relationship
- EU public diplomacy needs to be improved, by not ignoring diversity within the EU and by using social media much more effectively
- Rather than teach the world about the EU (the EU’s approach to public diplomacy thus far), the EU should instead engage in genuine two-way interaction by taking a dialogical approach and being aware of the positions and perspectives of its counterparts