Post Tagged with: "Leadership"

BSG Faculty, Governance, cooperation and law

The European Disunion: How the continent lost 
its way

The European Disunion: How the continent lost 
its way

The EU is under siege. The arrival of hundreds of thousands of refugees from Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria has tested the single-border principle at the core of the union. The ongoing financial crisis in Greece has strained the single currency. The United Kingdom will soon hold a referendum on whether […]

by × 18 December 2015 ×

BSG Faculty, Economic growth and resilience

India’s unseen climate leadership

India’s unseen climate leadership

India is doing a lot to combat climate change. It is time to let the world know, and to be more proactive in international climate negotiations. India is changing, yet the government’s position in international climate negotiations is not. Despite increasingly ambitious national policies, India’s climate diplomats have maintained essentially the same stance since negotiations began in 1992: developed countries must commit to a legally binding schedule of emission reductions, while developing countries retain their right to carbon-intensive development.

by × 13 June 2014 ×

BSG Students, Governance, cooperation and law

Indian Elections: Should I aspire to become a Modi, RaGa or Kejriwal?

Indian Elections: Should I aspire to become a Modi, RaGa or Kejriwal?

I often ask myself – whom should I consider a role model if I get into electoral politics someday? This is indeed an increasingly relevant question in an Indian context as we are witnessing a personality centric US presidential style campaign in 2014 national election. For the sake of this article, I want to restrict my choices to three personalities whom I have been following very closely in the last eight months.

by × 13 May 2014 ×

Economic growth and resilience, Guest author

The global challenge of inequality

The global challenge of inequality

The World Economic Forum has predicted that widening income disparities will, in the coming 12 to 18 months, become the greatest source of instability in the world. Antonio Garrigues Walker and Manuel Muniz suggest possible measures to reduce global inequality.

by × 02 April 2014 ×

BSG Students, Governance, cooperation and law

Leadership, legitimacy and accountability

Leadership, legitimacy and accountability

Social media can voice people’s demands, here and now. But they also often disperse or distort the original message, by mixing diverse audiences into a single communication channel. Users of social media who claim to reflect the “voice of the people” face a dual responsibility and challenge to accurately and […]

by × 20 January 2014 ×

Admissions and Life at the School, BSG Students

David Petraeus: Lessons in Leadership

David Petraeus: Lessons in Leadership

“Reflecting on what some term the ‘counter-insurgency era’… I want to argue that this era is far from over, for the simple reason that the era of insurgency is not over.” – Gen. D. Petraeus. On Tuesday 11th June, students of the Blavatnik School of Government (BSG) welcomed General David Petraeus […]

by × 14 June 2013 ×