Posts Tagged ‘Communication’
I&T Initiative: How Artificial Intelligence is Changing Global Conflict?
Main takeaways: Short definition of Artificial Intelligence: “[t]he theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks normally requiring human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages” [Mary B: 2018] Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be used in different stages of a conflict, prevention, mediation and rebuilding. It can help…Read More
COP26: Challenges, opportunities & implications
Main takeaways: Before COP leaders raise emissions ambition to narrow the gap to 1.5C & agree to a global finance package to support it. The window of opportunity to limit the permanent temperature increase of 1.5 Degrees is closing and the COP in Glasgow is the moment when countries update their plans for reducing emissions.…Read More
Why the EU should(n’t) accede to the European Convention on Human Rights?
Main takeaways: The accession is still desirable since there are now two parallel systems with the CJEU and the ECtHR interpreting the same rights, this leads to inconsistency and fragmentation Some gaps need to be addressed, such as the accountability gap Two problems with the principle of mutual trust and the jurisdiction over the CFSP…Read More
The Art of Communication in EU Foreign Affairs
Main Takeaways: Political language is something not accessible to everyone. The work of a communicator is to grasp the fact that a political position needs to be translated in a way that is understandable to the media, various stakeholders, and to the citizens in order to avoid misunderstandings. Communicating EU foreign policy is a tiring…Read More