What are the key aspects of how the European Green Deal will change the world? Introduced by the new European Commission in 2019, the Green Deal’s goal is to decouple economic growth from resource use and to create an EU economy with zero net emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050. To reach that goal a fundamental overhaul of the European economy is needed. But this transformation will also have a dramatic effect on external economic relations and on foreign policy. This week host Mark Leonard invited ECFR Council Member and Member of the German Bundestag for Alliance 90/The Greens Franziska Brantner as well as Jean Pisani Ferry and Simone Tagliapietra from the Brussels-based think-tank Bruegel to discuss the geopolitical repercussions of the European Green Deal.
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[Opinion] #GlobalEconomy: Economics in the new age of national security. The growing geopolitical and economic split between the #US and #China should prompt a paradigm shift in economic thinking, according to @rabah_arezki | Project Syndicate
Economics in the New Age of National Security | by Rabah Arezki - Project Syndicate
Rabah Arezki thinks the global economy’s increasing fragmentation should prompt a paradigm shift in the discipline.
[Featured] #Eurozone: Investors ramp up bets against euro as #EnergyCrisis intensifies. Net short positions hit their highest levels since the start of the pandemic | Financial Times https://www.ft.com/content/8ffc366e-7217-41bb-b347-ef461f8a02f8
#EnergyCrisis: #Berlin, #Brussels join calls for ‘fundamental reform’ of EU power market. The German government said it was looking at decoupling gas and electricity markets as a way to curb rising power prices in Europe, by @NKurmayer | Euractiv
Berlin, Brussels join calls for 'fundamental reform' of EU power market
The German government on Friday (26 August) said it was looking at decoupling gas and electricity markets as a w...