The United Nations University Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU - CRIS) is a research and training institute of the United Nations University. UNU-CRIS specialises in studying the processes and consequences of regional integration and cooperation.
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UNU-CRIS is offering a new specialisation track on "Regional Integration and Multi-Level Governance" in the one-year Master of Science in Public Policy and Human Development organised by the Maastricht School of Governance and UNU-MERIT.
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Participation of Stephen Kingah, UNU-CRIS Research Fellow, at the 7th Meeting of the UNU Migration Network (UNU-MN), Barcelona, 29 January 2016
W-2016/1: International Diffusion and the Puzzle of African Regionalism: Insights from West Africa
Stephen Woolcock, UNU-CRIS Associate Research Fellow, contributes Two New Chapters in Book on "Rule-Makers or Rule-Takers, edited by Daniel Hamilton and Jacques Pelkmans
Keynote address by Stephen Kingah as one of the resource persons in a training organized by the Association of European Parliamentarians with Africa (AWEPA) and The Parliament of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), 14 December 2015
New Article by UNU-CRIS Director Luk Van Langenhove, "Bring Peace and Security back into the European Dream", Europe's World
New Article: Fredrik Söderbaum, "Rethinking the Politics of Transboundary Water Management: The Case of the Zambezi River Basin" in International Journal of Water Governance
Two Op-Eds on "What Hollande did not say matters" and "The Position of a Powerful EU Spy Chief is Long Overdue" by Stephen Kingah, UNU-CRIS Research Fellow, were published in euobserver and EurActiv
KFG Working Paper No. 64: Early, Old, New and Comparative Regionalism: The Scholarly Development of the Field
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