News & Trends
Observatory on the European Union: Italy After The Elections and Within The EU
“The government of change”, this is how the new Italian government, which lies on the agreement between the 5 Star Movement and the Northern League, is being referred to. Italians asked for change, Italy definitely needs change. However, will the changes promised by the populist alliance be in the right direction? The worrying socio-economic outlook […]
“The government of change”, this is how the new Italian government, which lies on the agreement between the 5 Star Movement and the Northern League, is being referred to. Italians asked for change, Italy definitely needs change. However, will the changes promised by the populist alliance be in the right direction?
18 Jun 2018Governance, Guests, News, Politics, Transatlatic Relations Initiative
Discussion and Q&A with E. Glen Weyl, Luis Garicano and Daniel Kselman
Last week The Center for the Goverence of Change hosted an event with economist, author and visting Yale professor E. Glen Weyl to discuss his book ...
28 May 2018Economics, Events, Governance, Politics
Understanding Different Fields in International Relations: Aid, International Development and Social Entrepreneurship
The Aid, International Development and Social Entrepreneurship course provides students an understanding of several important fields in the ...
24 May 2018Academics, Bachelor in International Relations, IE Experience, Students
Observatory on Latin American Politics: Future Challenges with Luis Alberto Moreno
Amid the profound societal changes Latin America has been experiencing, the region’s middle class nearly doubled in size over the past decade, this ...
22 May 2018Guests, Manuel Muñiz, Politics, Transatlatic Relations Initiative
IE and Harvard: Building bridges between Europe and the United States
There's a crisis in the transatlantic, and that’s why more than ever we need to build stronger bridges. On Wednesday April 24th, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government launched its Project on Europe and the Transatlantic Relationship
On Wednesday April 24th, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government launched its Project on Europe and the Transatlantic Relationship. This project has partnered with IE’s own Transatlantic Relations Initiative to address some of the biggest challenges our world faces. The European-American relationship has been the cornerstone of the international liberal order built since the end the Second World War. The fundamental pillars of that order – liberal democracy, human rights, open markets, and a rules-based international system – are, however, today more questioned than ever. The threats to the liberal architecture come not just from without but also from within. Indeed, democracy is under threat not just from exogenous attacks but also from growing disillusionment within our own societies. The benefits of free trade, open markets and globalisation are contested by groups of citizens in Europe and America that have seen their economic prospects stagnate or worsen over the last three decades. The ultimate result of these trends is a sense of drift and fracture that calls into question the entire edifice.
27 Apr 2018Academics, Events, Manuel Muñiz, News, Politics
Blockchain: transforming the future fabric of the social sector
Blockchain and the development sector
07 Mar 2018Economics
Ngaire Woods and the reshaping of the global governance system
The reshaping of the global governance system is on the top of the international relations agenda and it seems as if it may well be for some time. ...
28 Feb 2018Guests, Politics
Having lunch with an IE Professor, Borja Santos Porras
Having lunch with Borja was great! Not only It was a new experience, but also an excellent opportunity. It was the first time we had participated in ...
05 Feb 2018IE Experience