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The blog is a space to objectively engage on how we represent African and European encounters in the past to ourselves and to others? The blog engages its audience on the way African and European encounters are represented, and when, where, and why do we sometimes change such representations. The [...]
Britain & EU post-Brexit
Despite the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union in January 2020 the future relationship between Britain and the European Union is still unclear. Although the Johnson administration has stated its intention not to extend the transition period after 31 December 2020 it is not to be expected that all [...]
CJEU: the European Muse
My blog intends to highlight the special art of legal science, as reflected in the derivative case-law of the judges of the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg on a variety of issues that significantly affect human and economic activity. Different forms of analysis are to be presented via my [...]
"I am the voice of one crying out in the wilderness" with a message to share: the necessity of political unification of the European Union upon the right ideological foundation of enlightened Europism. My intention is to present my own ideas in the form of introducing radical reforms, creating a [...]
EU on what track?
This blog reflects my main research interests in climate policy, sustainable mobility and renewable energies, both at EU and national level, especially how the political decision-making processes affect the policy outcome. Moreover, I'm also commenting on different aspects of teaching and learning.
The blog is derived from the weekly radio column 'Ideas on Europe' on eu!radio which is a cross-channel partnership with UACES. eu!radio is an associative, citizen and independent radio station that has been broadcasting in the Nantes region on FM since 2007, in other areas in France and everywhere in Europe and in the world [...]
European Studies Network Blog
This blog is exclusively for UACES Members to publish ideas, perspectives and insights of their research and other ideas on Europe, Contemporary European Studies and the European Union. The blog is administrated with shared access. If you wish to blog, get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org and get the login details [...]
Future of Europe blog
The aim of the Future of Europe blog is to debate the EU's current and future challenges and to enhance the understanding of the democratic potentials and the dominance pitfalls of differentiation in today’s EU. The EU3D project is funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme. Read more.
Gendering European Studies
The Gendering EU Studies (GES) Research Network, the editors of this blog, brings together a rich and growing body of work in the area of gender and EU politics and policies, with the intention of mainstreaming gender and feminist approaches in EU studies. The Research Network seeks to encourage the [...]
Global Europe at Kent
Welcome to the Global Europe Centre, University of Kent blog. A shared platform for our ideas on the role of Europe in the world. Visit for thoughts on current EU affairs, and updates on research. This blog has been realised with the support of the LLP Programme of the European Union [...]
Health governance in Europe
EU Health Governance network (EUHealthGov) is a network of academics, practitioners, researchers, policy-makers and other professionals interested in EU health law and policy. Through its website, blog and Twitter account, the network aims to provide a hub for the exchange of ideas and information on all things EU health governance. [...]
RELATE is the official blog of the UACES research network European Studies in a Relational Universe (RELATE), a community of early, mid-career and senior scholars who share an interest in relationality and seek to bring social relational approaches into the mainstream of EU Studies. The blog offers an outlet for [...]
Securing Europe (SECEUR)
Securing Europe (SECEUR) is a UACES research network. We explore the challenges that the worsening security environment since the Russian invasion of Ukraine has posed to national, EU and NATO security threat perceptions and planning processes. While the project revolves around the upending of prior security assumptions, it also acknowledges the [...]
UACES Conference Blog
This blog is a space for UACES Annual Conference participants. It gives the possibility to publish individual research before the conference, introduce panels and tracks, and to promote and showcase other activities. In 2023, the 53rd Annual European Studies Conference will take place in Belfast.
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