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Science Diplomacy in the European Union

By Carlos Moedas - 03.29.2016

Science diplomacy is becoming an increasingly visible part of the European Union's foreign policy, and it has evolved beyond science for continental strength to science for global hope. 

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Facilitating EU-Russian Scientific and Societal Engagement

The European Union and Russia are working together to identify and solve shared societal challenges through scientific collaborations, even during times of political tension.

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Iran’s Flourishing Regional Influence

By Shabnam Mirsaeedi-Glossner - 07.15.2013

Iran’s electricity exports, untouched by European and U.S. sanctions, serve as an alternative outlet for Iran’s extensive natural gas reserves and also support Iran's aspirations of long-term regional influence.

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Progress without Peace

By Rory Miller - 04.15.2013

The EU can play a more significant role in the diplomacy of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through more focused, intensive, and extensive support for S&T projects in the Palestinian private sector.

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The Invisible Pillar of Transatlantic Cooperation

By Cathleen Fisher - 03.11.2013

An integrated science diplomacy agenda could further bolster the transatlantic relationship by better linking S&T collaboration to policy cooperation, two elements that are individually strong but often not well coupled.

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International Fusion Energy Cooperation

ITER provides lessons for negotiating large-scale, capital-intensive international projects. Success depends on political goodwill, compromise, and a common understanding of project management.

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Rediscovering Eastern Europe for Science Diplomacy

The EU and the United States should enhance and expand scientific academic programs and build ties with countries in Eastern Europe.

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