The Use of Regulation Shows The EU Can Exert Geo-Political Influence 

There are many strategies world powers use to get what they want on the global stage. Economically, they can make trade agreements or investments conditional on taking particular policy actions, withhold foreign aid, or threaten to impose sanctions.

How Well Does IE’s Vertical Race Promote Happiness Through Exercise?

The IE Vertical Race took place on March 20th, on International Happiness Day, and in the middle of IE’s Happiness Week. So, how well does the Vertical Race promote happiness and mental wellbeing?

IE Student Government Debate: It is Time for IE Students to Take Student Government Seriously

The debate for the next student government took place last week, with 6 parties (White Canvas, Unity, Sultan, Nexus, Bridges, and Voice and Vision) taking part. While the candidates seemed passionate and for the most part prepared, most of the student body did not seem to care about the elections.

Was the US Right to Block the WTO Dispute Settlement?

The United States (US) was traditionally one of the most firm supporters of international trade liberalization, and used to be one of the strongest backers of the World Trade Organization (WTO) system.

Should you morally blame people for things outside their control?

However, can we really say that a driver who goes too fast and does not kill anyone has done something less morally reprehensible than a driver who goes just as fast but kills a child? At first glance, the answer seems obvious.

Sabina Narvaez

Originally from Mexico, but mostly grew up abroad and has Spanish nationality. Studies Philosophy, Politics, Law and Economics and mostly writes about these topics. Also interested in sustainability.
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