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We conduct research and policy-oriented advice for a variety of national and international bodies. At the heart of our a...

Projects

We conduct research and policy-oriented advice for a variety of national and international bodies. At the heart of our approach lie independence and impartiality and a deliberate mix of conceptual and policy-oriented perspectives, promoting ‘pragmatic idealism’ in global problem-solving. We participate in several international projects.




Land Property Rights Interventions for Increasing Productivity in Developing Countries: A Systematic Review

The project was to establish whether strengthening land property rights for the poor in developing countries leads to gains in economic productivity.

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Command & Control in Peacekeeping: A Comparative Analysis of UN, EU and NATO Approaches

The research project focused on a Comparative Analysis of Command and Control approaches by the EU, NATO and United Nations in the field of peacekeeping and global crisis management.

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Spring Lecture Series 2012: The International Criminal Court’s Second Decade: Quo Vadis?

Together with the Institute of European Studies (IES), the Global Governance Institute will hold a series of high-level lectures with senior ICC judges and experts to assess the track-record and futur...

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