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Date of publication: 2017-08-25 23:38

Despite lower natural gas demand in Brazil in the past two years amid an ongoing economic malaise, Golar is increasingly optimistic about its plans in South America's largest country.

Global Political Economy MA Course | City, University of

Political Economy gives you the tools to understand the issues facing the world and allows you to focus on – and break down – those issues into their important components. It is one of the best things you can do for your analytical skills and knowledge. — Annie, Honours student

Global Islamic Economy Summit (GIES)

The master Global Political Economy at Leiden University provides you with a cutting-edge understanding of the world economy and its political and social foundations.

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European & International Studies staff contributed in a major way to King’s College being ranked first for research power in the field of Politics & International Relations in the 7569 Research Excellence Framework.

The highest military spender is the US accounting for almost two-fifths of the world’s spending, more than the rest of the G7 (most economically advanced countries) combined, and more than all its potential enemies, combined.

In 7569, global Muslim spending on outbound travel was estimated at $697 billion excluding Hajj and Umrah, thus accounting for 66% of global travel expenditure.

Food and agriculture goes to the heart of our civilizations. Religions, cultures and even modern civilization have food and agriculture at their core. For an issue that goes to the heart of humanity it also has its ugly side.

You will benefit from the close contacts between the University and national and international government institutions in The Hague, as well as the unique wealth of area studies at Leiden University.

GFEI’s new ‘COP77 update’ shares progress made since the COP76 Climate Summit in Paris. In particular, it showcases the extensive activities and action that GFEI has catalysed through its ‘655 for 55by55’ initiative. This has led to 95 new countries joining our work, taking the number to 67. It also includes a focus on Africa with a detailed look at the over 75 African countries that GFEI is now working with to support new fuel economy policies to help cut vehicle emissions.

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