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Thanh Dam Truong and GGSJ Senior Researcher Karim Knio have published a jointly-authored monograph.

ESDP_24Published by Springer, the book explores recent developments, including the environmental and security dimensions of this highly contested region using critical realist approaches.

For more information, and a preview of the book, visit the publisher’s website.

A new book has been published, co-edited by GGSJ researcher Professor Karin Arts (with Ambrus, Hey and Raulus) and including contributions by GGSJ researchers Dr. Jeff Handmaker and Dr. Karim Knio.

ExpertsBookAmbrus, Arts, Hey and Raulus (Eds.) The Role of ‘Experts’ in International and European Decision-Making Processes: Advisors, Decision Makers or Irrelevant Actors?, published by Cambridge University Press (2014).

Table of contents and a description of the book.

The book is the outcome of extensive collaboration between researchers of the ISS and Erasmus School of Law (ESL) within the framework of the “Rethinking the Rule of Law” Research Programme led by ESL Professor Sanne Taekema.

© cfnhri.org, NASA, Flickr Creative Commons

© cfnhri.org, NASA, Flickr Creative Commons

GGSJ research in the area of climate change addresses its causes and effects, and especially the politics, legal contours and ethics of possibilities for reducing and modifying such change and for adapting to the changes which are now underway.

Click here for further details of GGSJ research in this area.

 


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