Month

October 2019

Rolling Europe’s Sleeves Up: The Economics of Migration

Written by Riccardo Vinci In my first article written for EST, I briefly tried to explain why international relations as a discipline can help provide an explanation as to why the phenomenon of migration -movement of people par excellence– has historically… Continue Reading →

Rephrase the Current One-Dimensional Global Free Trade Agreements of the European Union: By Making It a Two-Dimensional with an Environmental Dimension

Written by Oscar Brunzell Abstract In this paper, it is argued that the European Union transformed its one-dimensional trade policy into a two-dimensional trade policy, specifically, to protect the environment from unnecessary harm. Historically, the European Union has maintained one… Continue Reading →

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