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Call for papers - Call for papers of the European Society of International Law Interest Group on International Environmental Law for the Annual Conference to be held in Naples 7-9 September 2017. The 2017 Annual Conference of the European Society of International Law (Naples, 7-9 September 2017) is devoted to "Global Public Goods, Global Commons and Fundamental Values: The Responses of International Law". See: http://www.esil-sedi.eu/node/1444
On behalf of the Coordinating Committee, in this framework, the ESIL Interest Group on International Environmental Law intends to submit an Agora proposal on “Water-Energy-Food Nexus and Environmental Sustainability: Choices, Compromises and Priorities”.
The water-energy-food nexus is a theoretical concept describing the mutual interconnections between the complex systems of these resources. Its purpose is to develop solutions mitigating and promoting synergies able to maintain and further elaborate sustainable development. Currently there are numerous challenges this area necessary to face and policymakers all over the world struggle to balance between different priorities such as minimizing the ecological footprint of human activities, satisfying the needs of the constantly growing population, and in order to fulfill Sustainable Development Goals set.

While water is a vulnerable and valuable resource in itself, its importance for, and connection with, energy and food security cannot be understated. The over-exploitation of fresh water resources by both the energy and agricultural industry is one example of competing uses. Similarly, energy is needed for water sanitation and farming. Finally, nutrition is vital for livestock breeding, biofuel production and the maintenance of labor. Despite this factual indivisibility, regulatory solutions continue to be isolated and sectorial. Although some of these can be regionally effective, without thoroughly analyzing wider impacts they are likely to be counterproductive with respect to global sustainability.

Eligibility: All Members of the Interest Group on International Environmental Law, the members of other ESIL IGs and also the non-ESIL members (ESIL membership might be required if the abstract is selected) are invited to submit abstracts.

Evaluation Criteria: Abstracts will be selected for inclusion in the “International Environmental Law” IG agora proposal at the main conference on the basis of their alignment with the agora description and objectives as well as the overall coherence of the agora. The IG will organize an interest group workshop if the proposal was not accepted or, in case the agora will be accepted and, depending on the time and available resources, an agora and a workshop will be both organized. Please note: the submissions will automatically be considered for participation in the separate workshops of the IG International Environmental Law held during the year and at the Annual Conference.

Applications: The following must be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 24th January 2017:

The author’s name and affiliation;

A 700-word abstract [Word file and PDF]

The author’s CV, including a list of relevant publications;

The author’s contact details, including email address and phone number;

Whether the author is an ESIL member; and

Whether the abstract should be considered for the ESIL Young Scholar Prize.

Multiple abstracts from the same authors will be considered, but only one can be selected. Co-authored multidisciplinary papers are also welcomed. Submissions may be in either English or French. Applicants will be informed of the selection committee’s decision no later than 28th January 2017.

29 December 2016

Publication - gLAWcal's book series published: "China's Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law", edited by Paolo D. Farah and Elena Cina

30 November 2016

Special Issue of the JOURNAL OF WORLD ENERGY LAW AND BUSINESS, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, Volume 8, Issue 6, December 2015

 

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Sustainable Energy and National Security: Arbitration and Negotiation Issues

edited by

Paolo Farah

Fundamental trends in the European Union and the world at large provide an increasingly important policy agenda for financing sustainable energy in terms of energy efficiency, innovation in energy exploitation and development of renewable resources. During the four years Marie Curie IRSES Programme “Evaluating Policies for Sustainable Energy Investments: towards an integrated approach on national and international stage” (EPSEI) funded by the European Commission a research partnerships between European research organisations and research organisations from crucial world regions, mainly China and Russian Federation, was developed. This Special Issue is devoted to the international trends in sustainable energy and their effects on energy security at the national level. Such technical, legal and policy-related matters affect multiple parties and interests. Resolution of disputes may require coordination of multiple governmental authorities and private entities. Arbitration and negotiation can represent a way to effectively combine several points of view about economic interests and environmental concerns.

This Special Issue is part of the results of the Research Team at gLAWcal - Global law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (United Kingdom) coordinated by Prof. Paolo Davide Farah, in the frame of the Project EPSEI. The research leading to these results has received funding from the People Programme (Marie Curie Actions) of the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007–13) under REA grant agreement no 269327 Acronym of the Project: EPSEI (2011–15) entitled ‘Evaluating Policies for Sustainable Energy Investments: Towards an Integrated Approach on National and International Stage’. Corresponding Author and Special Issue Guest Editor contact details: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.      Paolo Davide FARAH (West Virginia University, Department of Public Administration and College of Law, USA, gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development, United Kingdom; EPSEI Vice-coordinator & EU Marie Curie Fellow in the EPSEI Programme at Tsinghua University Law School, THCEREL - Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law, China)

Editorial Note - Sustainable Energy Investments and National Security: Arbitration and Negotiation Issues

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2.     Fernando DIAS SIMÕES (University of Macau, Faculty of Law, China & gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development, United Kingdom)

Powered by Expertise: Selecting Arbitrators in Energy Disputes

Abstract:

Arbitration is the most widely used dispute resolution method in the energy sector. A major advantage of arbitration is that it allows parties to select the persons who will settle the dispute—the arbitrators. However, finding meaningful information on the level of expertise of potential arbitrators is not easy. There are serious information asymmetries that prevent the market for arbitrator services from being fully competitive and impair parties’ ability to make wholly informed decisions. Because most parties and their counsels are not familiar with the market for arbitrators, they tend to rely on personal enquiries and generic or specific directories of arbitrators. The choice of a suitable arbitrator is critical, not merely from the parties’ point of view but also to ensure the efficiency and legitimacy of the overall system of dispute resolution. Arbitrators should be able to balance a variety of diverse interests that frequently go beyond the strict concerns of the disputing parties. This article argues that lists of energy arbitrators should be improved so as to allow interested parties to consult prior awards rendered by potential arbitrators and the feedback provided by previous users of their services. This would allow parties to conduct a more efficient screening of potential candidates, hopefully contributing to make the process of identification of expert energy arbitrators easier and cheaper.

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3.     JUN Xiao (Wuhan University, Law School, Institute of International Law, China & EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow in the EPSEI Programme at University of Turin Law School, Italy)

How Can a Prospective China-EU BIT Contribute to Sustainable Investment: In Light of the UNCTAD Investment Policy Framework for Sustainable Development

Abstract:

At present, the issue of bilateral investment treaties (BIT) is gaining more and more importance worldwide, because of various projects requiring effective financial flow, being globally initiated. This article tries to analyse the particularities of the BITs between China and Canada (China–Canada BIT), as well as between the European Union (EU) and Canada (investment chapter of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, CETA) to locate and emphasize some of the basic features applicable for a future investment protection oriented agreement involving China and the EU. Furthermore, the scope of United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)’s Investment Policy Framework for Sustainable Development (IPFSD) broadens the view on International Investment Agreements in general, helping the assessment of their provisions from a sustainability aspect. The article also covers some of the areas of dispute settlement, its main goal being to make complex suggestions to the constantly forming international investment policy of China, potentially contributing to the pressurization of sustainable development.

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4.     ZHANG Qinglin (Wuhan University, Law School, Institute of International Law, China & EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow in the EPSEI Program at University of Turin Department of Law, Italy);

Analysis of the Impact on Sustainable Development by Investment Regulations in the Energy Charter Treaty

Abstract

The Energy Charter Treaty is an important multilateral treaty for promoting international energy cooperation. Sustainable development is one of its purposes. The investment regulations of the Treaty have emphasized protecting the investors’ interests, which has potentially both positive and negative influence on sustainable development. To achieve the aim of sustainable development and to attract more countries’ participation in the Treaty, the Treaty should increase its transparency and give differential treatment to developing countries. This article seeks to analyse these concerns and offer some wider conclusions regarding the particular improvement which can be carried out to increase the level of investment protection, while maximizing sustainable development simultaneously.

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5.     Paolo Davide FARAH (West Virginia University, Department of Public Administration and College of Law, USA, gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development, United Kingdom; EPSEI Vice-coordinator & EU Marie Curie Fellow in the EPSEI Programme at Tsinghua University Law School, THCEREL - Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law, China);

Riccardo TREMOLADA (University of Naples Federico II Law School, Italy, Shanghai JiaoTong University Law School & EU Marie Curie Fellow in the EPSEI Programme at CRAES - Chinese Research Academy on Environmental Sciences, China)

Offshore Natural Gas Resources in the Eastern Mediterranean in Relations with the European Union: a Legal Perspective through the Lenses of MedReg

Abstract

The Leviathan natural gas field has become a significant energy source for surrounding states in the eastern Mediterranean such as Lebanon, Cyprus, Syria, Israel, Jordan and Turkey. Tensions in the particular area cause this resource to be exploited on a low efficiency level both when it comes to utilization and organized cooperation between states helping their economies to benefit from the trade in this natural resource. This article analyses the current tendencies towards the expansion of the regulatory frameworks already functional in Mediterranean states west of the Levantine basin and simultaneously aims to give an assessment of these efforts. The main goal is to thoroughly evaluate the appropriateness of the existing cooperative methods and legal solutions regarding energy trade on an open market between developed states for countries with different political interests in a highly unstable area of constant sociological and political turbulence.

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6.     DENG Haifeng (Tsinghua University Law School, THCEREL - Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law, China & EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow in the EPSEI Programme at gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development, United Kingdom and University of Turin Department of Law Italy);

Paolo Davide FARAH (West Virginia University, Department of Public Administration and College of Law, USA, gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development, United Kingdom; EPSEI Vice-coordinator & EU Marie Curie Fellow in the EPSEI Programme at Tsinghua University Law School, THCEREL - Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law, China);

WANG Anna (Tsinghua University Law School, THCEREL - Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law, China).

China’s Role and Contribution in the Global Governance of Climate Change: Institutional Adjustments for Carbon Tax Introduction, Collection and Management in China

Abstract

As global climate change and its adverse effects have caused serious consequences, the Chinese Government is speeding up on energy saving and emissions reductions, becoming much more active on the climate and environment front. According to the work schedule of the Ministry of Finance, construction of the environmental protection tax system is one essential part of the forthcoming green tax reform in China. On 10 June 2015, the Cabinet’s Legislative Affairs Office issued a Draft Environmental Protection Tax Law of the People’s Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Draft EPT Law’) to solicit opinions and comments. This action received much attention and prompted discussion both at home and abroad. The Draft EPT Law shows the trend of transforming pollution charges into tax, and starts a green reform in administrative management by means of financial tools. Though the law does not include carbon dioxide with taxable pollutants, it leaves space for future carbon taxation. With the increase of green reform in the future, carbon tax will no doubt be put on the priority list of the Chinese Government, at which point the Government will face three major challenges. First, the current unsatisfactory tax system environment will jeopardize carbon tax. It is necessary to repeal the overlaps between the Draft EPT Law and carbon tax, other energy taxes and non-environmental taxes, and introduce carbon tax into the current tax system without throwing off the order of the overall tax structure. Secondly, in spite of the design of the new tax structure, the administrative organization of tax management remains a very critical problem. It will be necessary to establish an orderly interactive relationship horizontally between the environmental agency and tax agency, and vertically between the central and the local authorities. Thirdly, a new carbon tax will cause economic slowdown in the short term. In addition to offering tax rebates, reductions and subsidies, a system of penalties could offset negative effects and optimize positive outcomes of emission reduction.

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SUGGESTED CITATION:

Paolo Davide FARAH, “Sustainable Energy Investments and National Security: Arbitration and Negotiation Issues”, JOURNAL OF WORLD ENERGY LAW AND BUSINESS, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, Volume 8, Issue 6, December 2015, (Advance Access Publication on November 2015).

Fernando DIAS SIMÕES, “Powered by Expertise: Selecting Arbitrators in Energy Disputes”, JOURNAL OF WORLD ENERGY LAW AND BUSINESS, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, Volume 8, Issue 6, December 2015, (Advance Access Publication on November 2015).

Xiao JUN, “How Can a Prospective China-EU BIT Contribute to Sustainable Investment: In Light of the UNCTAD Investment Policy Framework for Sustainable Development”, JOURNAL OF WORLD ENERGY LAW AND BUSINESS, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, Volume 8, Issue 6, December 2015, (Advance Access Publication on November 2015).

Qinglin ZHANG, “Analysis of the Impact on Sustainable Development by Investment Regulations in the Energy Charter Treaty”, JOURNAL OF WORLD ENERGY LAW AND BUSINESS, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, Volume 8, Issue 6, December 2015, (Advance Access Publication on November 2015).

Paolo Davide FARAH, Riccardo TREMOLADA, “Offshore Natural Gas Resources in the Eastern Mediterranean in Relations with the European Union: a Legal Perspective through the Lenses of MedReg”, JOURNAL OF WORLD ENERGY LAW AND BUSINESS, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, Volume 8, Issue 6, December 2015, (Advance Access Publication on November 2015).

Haifeng DENG, Paolo Davide FARAH, Anna WANG, “China’s Role and Contribution in the Global Governance of Climate Change: Institutional Adjustments for Carbon Tax Introduction, Collection and Management in China”, JOURNAL OF WORLD ENERGY LAW AND BUSINESS, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, Volume 8, Issue 6, December 2015, (Advance Access Publication on November 2015).

 

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Book with Imperial College: Farah Paolo Davide, ENERGY: POLICY, LEGAL AND SOCIAL-ECONOMIC ISSUES UNDER THE DIMENSIONS OF SUSTAINABILITY AND SECURITY (with Piercarlo Rossi), World Scientific Reference on Globalisation in Eurasia and the Pacific Rim, Imperial College Press (London, United Kingdom) & World Scientific Publishing, November 2015. ISBN: 978-9814447843.

 
Cover, Table of Contents, Preface, Introduction, Acknowledgements and Forward of this book can be downloaded here.
 
This Volume is part of a 4 Book-Set published by

World Scientific Reference on Globalisation in Eurasia and the Pacific Rim

(In 4 Volumes)
Volume 1: Foreign Investment
Volume 2: Innovation
Volume 3: Energy: Policy, Legal and Social-Economic Issues under the Dimensions of Sustainability and Security
Volume 4: Migration: Economic Drivers of Contemporary Labour Mobility in East Asia

 
To Purchase this Book-Set, you can visit this website.

Call for papers - Call for papers of the European Society of International Law Interest Group on International Environmental Law for the Annual Conference to be held in Naples 7-9 September 2017. The 2017 Annual Conference of the European Society of International Law (Naples, 7-9 September 2017) is devoted to "Global Public Goods, Global Commons and Fundamental Values: The Responses of International Law". See: http://www.esil-sedi.eu/node/1444
On behalf of the Coordinating Committee, in this framework, the ESIL Interest Group on International Environmental Law intends to submit an Agora proposal on “Water-Energy-Food Nexus and Environmental Sustainability: Choices, Compromises and Priorities”.
The water-energy-food nexus is a theoretical concept describing the mutual interconnections between the complex systems of these resources. Its purpose is to develop solutions mitigating and promoting synergies able to maintain and further elaborate sustainable development. Currently there are numerous challenges this area necessary to face and policymakers all over the world struggle to balance between different priorities such as minimizing the ecological footprint of human activities, satisfying the needs of the constantly growing population, and in order to fulfill Sustainable Development Goals set.

While water is a vulnerable and valuable resource in itself, its importance for, and connection with, energy and food security cannot be understated. The over-exploitation of fresh water resources by both the energy and agricultural industry is one example of competing uses. Similarly, energy is needed for water sanitation and farming. Finally, nutrition is vital for livestock breeding, biofuel production and the maintenance of labor. Despite this factual indivisibility, regulatory solutions continue to be isolated and sectorial. Although some of these can be regionally effective, without thoroughly analyzing wider impacts they are likely to be counterproductive with respect to global sustainability.

Eligibility: All Members of the Interest Group on International Environmental Law, the members of other ESIL IGs and also the non-ESIL members (ESIL membership might be required if the abstract is selected) are invited to submit abstracts.

Evaluation Criteria: Abstracts will be selected for inclusion in the “International Environmental Law” IG agora proposal at the main conference on the basis of their alignment with the agora description and objectives as well as the overall coherence of the agora. The IG will organize an interest group workshop if the proposal was not accepted or, in case the agora will be accepted and, depending on the time and available resources, an agora and a workshop will be both organized. Please note: the submissions will automatically be considered for participation in the separate workshops of the IG International Environmental Law held during the year and at the Annual Conference.

Applications: The following must be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 24th January 2017:

The author’s name and affiliation;

A 700-word abstract [Word file and PDF]

The author’s CV, including a list of relevant publications;

The author’s contact details, including email address and phone number;

Whether the author is an ESIL member; and

Whether the abstract should be considered for the ESIL Young Scholar Prize.

Multiple abstracts from the same authors will be considered, but only one can be selected. Co-authored multidisciplinary papers are also welcomed. Submissions may be in either English or French. Applicants will be informed of the selection committee’s decision no later than 28th January 2017.

29 December 2016


Publication - gLAWcal's book series published: "China's Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law", edited by Paolo D. Farah and Elena Cina

30 November 2016


Lecture Prof. Giovanni Bombelli: “Liberalism, Europe, China. Remarks for a Philosophical - Legal Comparison”.
Event organized by gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (United Kingdom) in collaboration with University Institute of European Studies (IUSE) in Turin, Italy, in the framework of the European Union Research Executive Agency IRSES Project “Liberalism in Between Europe And China” (LIBEAC).

21 July 2016 - Beijing


Call for Research Associates - apply by May 31, 2016 at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Lecture - Mr. Davide Follador:  “The Protection of Intellectual Property Rights in China: Geographical Indications, E-commerce and Anti-Counterfeiting Strategies and Approaches”.
The event is organized by gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development within the EU  Research Executive Agency IRSES Project “Liberalism in Between Europe And China” (LIBEAC)

27 July 2015 - Beijing


Lecture - Ms. Xu Lin: "The Registration, Use and Protection of Trademark in China".
The event is organized by gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development within the EU  Research Executive Agency IRSES Project “Liberalism in Between Europe And China” (LIBEAC)

24 July 2015 - Beijing


Lecture - Mr. Matteo Barra: "Overview and lessons in Central Asia from investment disputes under the Energy Charter Treaty".  
The event is organized by gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development within the EU Research Executive Agency IRSES Project “Partnering Opportunities between Europe and China in the Renewable Energies and Environmental iNdustries” (POREEN)

23 July 2015 - Beijing


Lecture - Ms. Zhang Lingling: "China's Copyright Law and Typical Cases" 
Event organized by gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development within the EU Research Executive Agency IRSES Project “Liberalism in Between Europe And China” (LIBEAC)

21 July 2015 - Beijing


Lecture - Mr. Meph Jia Gui: "Patent Infringement Litigation in China".
Event organized by gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development within the European Union Research Executive Agency IRSES Project “Liberalism in Between Europe And China” (LIBEAC)

21 July 2015 - Beijing


Lecture - Mr. Benoit Misonne: “Protection of Copyrights in the Digital Era”.
Event organised by gLAWcal - Global Law Initiaties for Sustainable Development within EU Research Executive Agency IRSES Project “Liberalism in Between Europe And China” (LIBEAC)

July 20, 2015 - Beijing


Lecture - Prof. Daniel Bell: "Democracy, Meritocracy, or Both? Reflections on China's Political Future".
Event organised by gLAWcal - Global Law Initiaties for Sustainable Development within EU Research Executive Agency IRSES Project "Liberalism in Between Europe and China" (LIBEAC)

July 20, 2015 - Beijing


Call for applicaton - Research Associate position: apply by September 1, 2015 at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

July 12, 2015


ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY CHALLENGES IN CHINA

Prof. Farah giving a lecture on, “Environmental and Energy Challenges in China”, at Fundação Rui Cunha, Macao, China

March 26, 2015


10TH EDITION - SUMMER INSTITUTE IN CHINA 2015 - EXECUTIVE EDUCATION TRAINING PROGRAM

West Virginia University, Department of Public Administration (WV, USA), gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (United Kingdom), University of Milan, Department of Italian and Supranational Public Law (Italy) and University of Turin, Department of Law (Italy) have set up a Summer Institute in China – Executive Education Training Program to be held at Peking University  School of Government in Beijing (China).

Deadline: 31 May 2015


gLAWcal Book Series with Asghate Publishing, Routledge Publishing and Wolters KluwergLAWcal has established strong scientific collaborations with few international academic publishers. In particular, gLAWcal has created three different book series for the publication of monographs and book collections on relevant topics for gLAWcal vision. If you are interested to publish with prestigious international publishers, read the book series list and book proposal guidelines

       

Deadline: 15 December 2014


Newsletter - gLAWcal Newsletter - Issue no. 14, 2014 has been released. Focus on World Suffering Climate Change. Social and Environmental Impacts.

December 2014


Newsletter - gLAWcal Newsletter - Issue no. 13, 2014 has been released. Focus on Approaches to Public Health in the World.

December 2014


Paper Presentation - Paolo Farah, “How to Rebalance International Economic Law and Development in Non-Trade Concern Conflicting Areas: Biofuels vs Food Security in the Light of the Subsidy Regulations and the Global Food Crisis” at the American Society for International Law International Economic Law Interest Group (IEcLIG) in partnership with the University of Denver Sturm College of Law Sutton Colloquium, 2014 Biennial Research Conference: Reassessing International Economic Law and Development:  New challenges for Law and Policy University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, CO, USA.

 

  

14 November 2014


Paper Presentation - Paolo Farah, “The Increase of WTO Disputes for Subsidies to Renewable Energy (including Innovation and Technology): Time for Reform toward Sustainable Development?” at the Conference “Law, Technology and Development: Opportunities and Challenges in EU-China Relations”, organized by University of Strathclyde (Glasgow) Law School & Faculty of Law and by Fudan University, Shanghai, held at University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom.

 

11 November 2014


Memorandum of Understanding - gLAWcal and University of Strathclyde, Glasgow (United Kingdom) sign an Memorandum of Universtanding in Glasgow on the 11th November 2014. gLAWcal was represented by Professor Paolo Farah (Director of Research and Legal Representative) and University of Strathclyde by Professor Mark Poustie (Vice-Dean for Internationalization). The objective of the MoU is to strenghen the collaboration between the two institutions with joint research activities, joint conferences, and other activities such as exchange of academic staff for research, lectures and visits, course delivery including joint postgraduate degrees and academic developments more general.

11 November 2014

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