For our weekly “Ideas on Europe” editorial by UACES, the University Association for European Studies, we welcome Dr Mechtild Roos again, from the University of Augsburg, in Germany. Listen to the podcast on eu!radio. I hope you are well, although we have entered the yearly high infection season… Yes, thank you for […]
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So, in a straw poll of Twitter users organised by the new Chief Twit, Elon Musk, Donald Trump has been ‘elected’ back onto the platform after being banned in 2020 for reasons we all know. “The people have spoken,” tweeted Mr Musk. Haven’t we heard that phrase before, ad nauseam, since 24 June 2016? Musk’s […]
We are excited to announce that IACES is today deepening its relationship with UACES through collaboration on the Ideas on Europe multi-blog site and a commitment to continuing the joint UACES-IACES seminar series. In addition to a further year of seminars, this means that IACES members can now also blog on Ideas On Europe, an […]
For our weekly “Ideas on Europe” editorial by UACES, the University Association for European Studies, we welcome Dr Theofanis Exadaktylos again, from the University of Surrey, in England.
As Rishi Sunak nears the end of his first month in the job as Prime Minister, we might once again consider how much he might engage with, and progress, the European issue. Like his predecessors before him, Sunak has both a vague sense that this is something that needs sorting, and no real plan about […]
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We have the pleasure to welcome Dr Anna Dimitrova, from ESSCA School of Management, in Paris to the weekly “Ideas on Europe” editorial by UACES.
In our recent JCMS article, we try to understand the EU’s pivot away from multilateralism and market-making towards OSA. Our starting point is the changing nature of Europe’s global context, and how this created an opening to challenge Europe’s embedded neoliberal compromise.
For the weekly “Ideas on Europe” editorial by UACES, the University Association for European Studies, we have the pleasure to welcome Anastas Vangeli.
On October 25th, Tous Migrants, a French migrant advocacy organization, announced that it had filed an appeal with the European Court of Human Rights concerning the death of Blessing Matthew, a young Nigerian woman who died after crossing the Franco-Italian border. This appeal is based in part on new evidence in the case that came to light in an investigation by Border Forensics.
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