Cooperation

Why Kofi Annan Is Wrong About National Self-Interest and Climate Change

John Bunzl | Posted 02.02.2014 | UK Politics
John Bunzl

Annan and others should stop talking about the national interest as if it were an insurmountable barrier to cooperation. By thinking differently about the national interest and how different issues could be combined to produce win-win outcomes for all nations, we could expect more decisive action, not just on climate change, but on a whole range of global issues, thus transforming national self-interest into a powerful driver for global solutions.

Tory Push for EU Policing Cooperation Optout Harmful to British Security

Sarah Ludford | Posted 29.06.2013 | UK Politics
Sarah Ludford

The Abu Qatada saga demonstrates the challenging complexity of extraditing suspected criminals and terrorists through bilateral arrangements. Of course there are special features in that case and it concerns a non-EU country, but it still serves to highlight the sheer absurdity of the Conservatives' desire to pull out of the European Arrest Warrant.

Curious Too

Tim Curtis | Posted 22.08.2012 | UK Universities & Education
Tim Curtis

Remember, the social worth of a University is not to be measured in the projects it does, or the numbers of students it has, or the wealth it's students create. The social worth of a University is in the decisions it's graduates throughout their career.

Why I Won't Be Cooperating

Dave Clements | Posted 01.07.2012 | UK Politics
Dave Clements

I was pleased to hear recently that I am not alone in arguing that the charity sector needs to reclaim its independence.