Published January 31, 2019
Published August 28, 2018
Can the work of the great European philosophers help solve Europe's problems today? This report explores what we can learn from Heidegger, Arendt, and Anders about how to tackle populism, climate change, and technological change.
Published July 2, 2018
The European Central Bank (ECB) is more important than ever to the European economy. Can governments control it?
Published February 26, 2018
This report explores the impact of Brexit from an Irish perspective, explaining Europe’s role in improving Ireland-UK relations since 1970s and outlining the threat posed by Brexit to the political settlement in Northern Ireland.
Published February 21, 2018
In November 2017 the Global Strategies Project at LSE IDEAS brought together a group of British politicians, senior officials and other experts at Ditchley Park to discuss options for the UK’s foreign, defence, and security policy after Brexit. The discussion covered the UK’s future relations with Europe, the US, and China, and the relationship between policymakers and the British public.
Published May 12, 2017
This LSE IDEAS Special Report - with senior contributors from politics, journalism, and academia - looks at the internal causes and consequences of the return of the 'Middle Kingdom'. It explores the extent to which Deng's momentous economic reforms in 1978 have shaped modern China, what the country's expanded international role under Xi means, and who really makes Chinese foreign policy.