renewable energy

18. Jan 2012

China in Global Climate Change Politics

China, environment, InFocus, International relations, politics, renewable energy

One of the paradoxes that COP17 left us with to solve is that of how to really understand China as a global climate change player. China has become more and more sure of herself both politically and economically  in any global setting. But when it comes to global climate change politics, we see a very […]

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23. May 2011

Elections but no “flower revolution” in Laos

China, democracy, development, environment, government, green energy, InFocus, Laos, politics, renewable energy

By Kristina Jönsson Senior Lecturer, Department of Political Science, Lund University. Elections tend to receive a lot of media attention these days—Laos being an obvious exception. Still, in recent months two elections have taken place in Laos, one to the National Assembly (NA) and one to the Party Congress. Even if they by nature do […]

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13. May 2011

Sydkorea og Danmark danner grøn vækstalliance

green energy, InFocus, renewable energy, South Korea

Af Flemming Ytzen, Journalist, Politiken og Associate Senior Fellow ved NIAS For 60 år siden sendte Danmark et hospitalsskib til Den Koreanske Halvø for at hjælpe krigsofre. Her i 2011 kvitterer Korea med at gøre Danmark til partner i et visionært samarbejde om grøn vækst. Det kan betyde nye muligheder for en lang række danske […]

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