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2nd Call for Blog Contributions

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Following a succesfull series of guest blogs by highly-esteemed academics, contributions to a maximum of 1.000 words are once more invited on any issue relevant to the EU and democratic principles or processes, from any discipline within the social sciences, economics or law. Please send all proposals or full blog submissions for review at euanddemocracy@gmail.com. […]

Transitional Justice: some thoughts

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The case of Ukraine suggests that the post-conflict tensions have not been alleviated after numerous political fractures, moreover, they were aggravated by the absence of concerted measures aimed at general and specific features of this post-totalitarian country. As a result, the perpetration of further crimes could not be deterred after gaining independence. The absence of […]

The EU Withdrawal Bill: A Local Perspective

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I’ve just returned from the 2017 UACES conference in Krakow, where I presented a paper on the (rather limited) role of local government in the EU referendum campaign. One of the key starting points of the paper was that little concern is given to the local dimension when discussing Brexit. This is no only reflected […]

The Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church as an agent of national emancipation? Some directions for future inquiry.

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The interplay between political and religious spheres before and after 1918 in electoral processes of nowadays Western Ukraine, which was a part of Austro-Hungarian Empire, is a fascinating topic. The relationships between religious and legal-political institutions, as well as important societal cleavages, based on region, ethnicity and political preferences in Galicia were not sufficiently attended […]

The post – Crimean world: Russia´s annexation and its consequences.

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I would like to take a look at the factual and legal aspects of Russia´s aggression against Ukraine´s territorial integrity in early 2014. Indeed, to what extent has the international law been violated and what are the consequences?   In February 2014 Russian authorities used the internal political conflict in Ukraine to deprive the Ukrainian […]

A Brexit summer reading guide

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Have you been struggling to keep up with all the new books on Brexit? Were you secretly planning to spend your summer holiday catching up on some of them? OK – perhaps not. But if you were, then here to help is a guide on what to take away with you to the beach or pool to […]

Brexit boost? Did the EU referendum improve the awareness of EU regional policy in the UK?

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EU regional policy spending accounts for about a third of the EU’s total budget. It is the EU’s main mechanism for financial redistribution. In addition to supporting jobs, economic growth, sustainable development and so on, one of its key stated aims is to underpin European solidarity. In this way it is a key part of […]

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