Articles by Noe Hinck

April 7, 2021

How the EU-Japan partnership can change the European Union’s game plan in global governance

Noe Hinck
The European Union has faced a long struggle performing alongside its member states on the international stage. States seek other states to deliberate over global issues. Noe Hinck argues that the newly concluded EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement may be the key to changing this status quo
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Noe Hinck
Associate at the International Organisation for Migration – UN Migration

Noe Hinck holds a BA in History and International Relations from Boston University and an MPhil in Politics from the University of Oxford.

Her research interests include European foreign policy, European Union institutions, and migration.

Follow her on Twitter @NKHinck 

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