Daria Ivleva

Daria Ivleva is Senior Advisor at adelphi. In her research and advisory work, she focusses on foreign policy dimensions of sustainable and low-emissions transformation. Geopolitics of decarbonisation is one of her core topics. Daria is particularly interested in how transformation processes – a whole-of-society task – can be advanced in different policy fields and with diverse actor groups. She is also the point of contact for the Environment, Conflict and Cooperation Exhibition.

Articles

EU climate change diplomacy in a post-Covid-19 world

Since the European Parliament issued its resolution on climate diplomacy in June 2018, several important trends have been shaping this area of the EU’s external action, enabling progress and posing new challenges.

Publications

BRI Kazakhstan_Mistra

The Belt and Road Initiative - The case of Kazakhstan

BRI Kazakhstan_Mistra

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is a prime example of how decarbonisation processes interact with geopolitics. This study outlines ways for European Climate Diplomacy to engage with China and its partner countries on a greener BRI.

Climate change and security: A short Q&A

This overview explains why climate change is a matter of concern for international peace and security and how the UN system should deal with climate-related security risks. It poses and answers seven questions.

Geopolitics of Decarbonisation_ Towards an Analytical Framework

Geopolitics of Decarbonisation: Towards an Analytical Framework

Geopolitics of Decarbonisation_ Towards an Analytical Framework

An increasing number of scholars and analysts point out that the necessary decarbonisation of the global economy will impact international affairs and geopolitics. But do we agree on what geopolitics of decarbonisation is (not)? This paper draws on the literature on both geopolitics and decarbonisation to help structure the discussion and identify pertinent questions about future trends.

Driving Transformative Change: Foreign Affairs and the 2030 Agenda

The challenges facing the international community are growing while the willingness to cooperate seems to be waning and unilateral action at times gets in the way of joint solutions. What exactly is the role of foreign policy in the global sustainability architecture? What are the fields of engagement and tools of a new "Diplomacy for Sustainability"?

China as a new climate-responsible donor?

China is rapidly evolving into one of the world’s largest overseas investors and is now increasingly investing in the renewable energy sector. As an emerging key international donor, China is at a crossroads and actively shaping its new role in the global development landscape. Could China become a new climate responsible donor?

A Foreign Policy Perspective On The Sustainable Development Goals

A Foreign Policy Perspective On The Sustainable Development Goals

A Foreign Policy Perspective On The Sustainable Development Goals

This paper maps out the relevance of the SDGs to foreign policy. Taking the six SDGs under review at the High-level Political Forum (HLPF) in 2018 as entry points, we analyse how progress on specific SDGs may support or undermine progress on foreign policy priorities, especially SDG 16: peace.

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