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. The EU’s framework for climate and energy policies from 2020 to 2030, the 2030 Climate and Energy Policy Framework (2030 Framework, for short), lends itself to such complementary theory testing as arguably a most-likely case of LI, HI and ACF . Stakeholders and mechanisms identified in the

In: International Negotiation

Cold-War “hold-out” in the Middle East, its only conduit into a larger sphere of influence allowing it access to precious energy resources, trading lines and lucrative customers for Russian exports (Landis 2017; Katona 2018). Iran similarly sees itself as a symbol of influence in Syria and the Assad

In: International Negotiation

diplomas, return of cadasters and civil registry books, the management of the boundary/border and Kosovo’s recognition in regional fora such as CEFTA (Malazogu & Bieber 2012; New Policy Center 2013). In the high-level political dialogue, arrangements were reached for energy and telecommunications, and

In: International Negotiation

scientific associations such as the Wind Energy Engineering Research Council, the International Association for Earthquake Engineering, the International Programme of the Lithosphere of the International Council of Scientific Unions, the International Union of Geological Sciences and the International

In: Diplomatica

ministries (for example, the Ministries of Justice, of Transport, of Energy, of Health and of Defence) and also to seek independent expertise, if needed. 29 Since 2005, the Norwegian mfa has convened such teams on several occasions. 30 Apart from the Response Centre, several levels of responsibility are

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

, through diplomatic personnel or intermediaries. Care directly through diplomatic personnel is currently on the wane. Even if contemporary foreign services spend considerable time, energy and money on ‘consular affairs’, the accredited diplomats (or consuls) typically handle only the most difficult or

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

, was that they were not doing anything at all. It was incomprehensible that Norwegian authorities did not do anything when Norwegian citizens were faced with such serious difficulties as in my case. We both felt that the Ministry was using its energy to inform us that it could not do anything, rather

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy