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The Radical Right and the European Elections

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With the European elections just around the corner, we welcomed Nick Startin, Associate Professor of International Relations at John Cabot University, to eu!radio to discuss the rising support for Radical Right parties across the EU.

20 years of Cyprus in the EU - Phoebus Athanassiou

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We recently welcomed Phoebus Athanassiou to eu!radio! He is an Associate Professor at the Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt, and is originally from Cyprus. He reflected on his country's accession to the EU 20 years ago in a personal testimony.

20 years of Poland in the EU - Natasza Styczyńska

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We recently welcomed Natasza Styczyńska to eu!radio! She is a Professor at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. She reflected on her country's accession to the EU 20 years ago in a personal testimony and reflection.

European elections: voting matters!

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We recently welcomed Simon Usherwood to eu!radio! He is a professor at the Open University in Britain, and Chair of UACES. He shared his thoughts on the forthcoming European Parliament elections.

Clashes of sovereignty

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We recently welcomed Emilija Tudzarovska to eu!radio! She is a Lecturer in Contemporary European Politics at Charles University, in Prague and her research focuses on the democratic legitimacy of the European Union. She spoke about her scientific approach to the crisis of representative democracy that we all perceive.

Labour's EU policy: Early markers

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A bit of tricky one, this. It partly explains the hiatus in posting of late, although that might also be down to the rubbish weather. As we move towards a General Election, interest has naturally turned towards what a Labour government might look like and do. And EU policy is a recurring question.

Two years of war in Ukraine : lessons learnt

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We recently welcomed Albrecht Sonntag to eu!radio! He is a professor at ESSCA School of Management, based in Angers, France. He spoke about the European Union’s learning process over the last two years since Russia's invasion on Ukraine.

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