GPI Senior Research Fellow George Szamuely in a discussion on RT’s CrossTalking on the fifth anniversary of the Arab Spring. To watch the video CLICK HERE.
GPI Video Commentaries
Professor Stephen Haseler, Director of the Global Policy Institute, was interviewed by RT on 19th February 2016, talking about Prime Minister David Cameron’s renegotiation of Britain’s relationship with the European Union:
GPI Senior Research Fellow George Szamuely in discussion on RT’s CrossTalking on the fifth anniversary of the Arab Spring.
GPI Senior Research Fellow Jacques Reland discusses the French strikes on CNN. To watch the full interview CLICK HERE.
Again Athens finds itself at loggerheads with its creditors, particularly the IMF. The Greeks appear to be willing to do only enough to stay in the Eurozone, while the rest of Europe is willing to offer it just enough support … Read More
GPI Director Professor Stephen Haseler was interviewed by Al Jazeera on Greece’s continuing debt woes.
In the wake of the tragedy in Paris, what are the prospects for Europe’s right-wing populist political parties? There can be no doubt the issues of immigration and policies dealing with terrorism will remain high on the agenda. But what … Read More
Performance & Reward Centre (PARC), CRF’s sister organisation, interviews Brendan Donnelly, Director at The Federal Trust and Senior Research Fellow at the Global Policy Institute, on the business benefits to staying within the EU and why European regulation and immigration … Read More
Michele Geraci, Head of GPI China, together with Madame Zhang Linxiu, Deputy Director of Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy, Chinese Academy of Science, discusses “Document no1”, the annual policy guideline that, once again, focused on the development of the Chinese rural … Read More
Fresh figures released by China’s statistics agency show that the country’s annual economic growth quickened to 7.9% in the fourth quarter. This lives China’s whole year GDP growth rate to 7.8%. But that is still down from 9.2% in 2011 … Read More