U.S. security policy in the East Asian context
Daniel Twining | 7 Apr 2016
This podcast is performed by Daniel Twining. U.S. Security Policy in the East Asian Context For the United States, some of the main challenges facing the U.S. security policies in East Asia are a mixture of traditional and non-traditional security issues. But the main traditional security challenges for U.S. in East Asia would be the South China Sea issue and North Korea. China continues in the same pace building (and militarizing) artificial islands in the South China Sea which causes anxiety to its neighbours, specifically the Philippines and Vietnam who directly dispute Chinese claims, with the former taking the issue to international arbitration. The U.S. finds itself in a peculiar position since it needs to assure allies in the region and at the same time provide for the freedom of navigation which can be seriously undermined if China takes control of the 9-dash line. The second challenge is North Korea which keeps on provoking, with the latest incident being the 4th nuclear test. Although Missile Defense analysts say that the test does not prove any progress to NK’s nuclear operational capabilities, however it shows how difficult would be to reignite any talks.
Atlantic Future Project Outcomes – What next for the Atlantic Space?
Danielle Piatkiewicz | 5 Apr 2016
This podcast is performed by Danielle Piatkiewicz. The aim of the Atlantic Future Project was to study the rationales of cooperation in the Atlantic area and to suggest strategies to the EU on how to engage with the wider transatlantic relationship in the context of the ongoing redistribution of power and the overall rebalancing of relations around and within the Atlantic space. As the project concluded in December 2016, the results and findings analysed the fundamental trends in the Atlantic basin and to show how changing economic, energy, security, human, institutional and environmental links are transforming the wider Atlantic space. What does this mean in the scope of a joint Atlantic policy?
Sept ans après la crise: regards croisés
Guntram Wolff et Karim El Aynaoui | 2 Apr 2016
Ce podcast est délivré par Guntram Wolff et Karim El Aynaoui. L’émission Tableau de Bord d’Atlantic Radio a reçu samedi 2 avril 2016 M. Guntram Wolff, directeur de Bruegel, et M. Karim El Aynaoui, directeur général d’Policy Center for the New South. Durant 30 minutes, ils ont discuté les défis et opportunités économiques partagés par les pays développement et émergents. Cette rencontre a eu lieu dans le contexte d’une plateforme de dialogue entre les deux régions.
WTO Accessions and Trade Multilateralism
Chiedu Osakwe | 1 Apr 2016
This podcast is performed by Chiedu Osakwe. On the occasion of the publication of a book on 'WTO Accessions and Trade Multilateralism Case Studies and Lessons from the WTO at Twenty' co-authored by Uri Dadush, Senior Fellow Policy Center for the New South and Chiedu Osakwe, Director of accessions at the WTO, we conducted an interview with Dr. Osakwe. It covered how WTO accessions have contributed to the rules-based multilateral trading system at different levels. It also questioned the future role of the WTO in the light of the Doha round difficulties.
The Tale of Commodities : from Super Cycles to Structural Changes
By David Humphreys | 14 Mar 2016
This podcast is performed by Mr. David Humphreys. He was formerly chief economist of the London-based mining company, Rio Tinto, and of Russia's largest mining company, Norilsk Nickel. The purpose of this podcast is to define the super cycles, to know if they changed the industry and to identify the biggest winners and the biggest loosers.