After a summer hiatus for the Conservative leadership campaign, there was much expectation of Liz Truss following through on her stated plans for the Northern Ireland Protocol. Recall that she had been the lead minister for the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill and that she had done much during the campaign to court the support of […]
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Inga Ulnicane What is the purpose of developing and using Artificial Intelligence (AI)? Is it to boost economic growth and competitiveness? Or should it contribute to tackling grand societal challenges and achieving Sustainable Development Goals in areas such as health, environment and energy? Can AI contribute to the both? I examine these questions in […]
In the aftermath of the Conference on the Future of Europe, member of the EU3D Advisory Board Andrew Duff argues that only a reformed EU can shoulder its serious responsibilities for the wider Europe. He explains what a reformed EU should look like in this blog post. Photo by Ola Fras on European Union 2022 […]
The editorial by UACES, the University Association for European Studies and EUradio, looks at the parliamentary elections in Italy on Sunday. We welcome Dr Malin Stegmann McCallion, from the University of Karlstad, in Sweden.
On 26 August 2022 EUHealthGov held its sixth online seminar. We had the pleasure to host Dr Charlotte Godziewski (City, University of London) to discuss her new book, The Politics of Health Promotion in the European Union. Dr Godziewski gave a short presentation of the book, which explores how institutional structures, background ideas and active […]
An essential part of collecting the data for both projects is to go out into the field and to carry out interviews. I anticipated to use the UACES Microgrant to conduct my field work on the ground.
Should Europe be seriously worried about the latest developments in Italian politics or simply shrug its shoulders and tick off the forthcoming parliamentary elections as yet another convulsion of a chronically unstable system? I have just received a nice envelop from the Italian Consulate in Paris with all the materials to vote to renew the […]
We’re very happy to open the second season of our weekly “Ideas on Europe” editorial by UACES, the University Association for European Studies. And to start off the season, we welcome – just like last year! – Simon Usherwood, from the Open University, in England.
Dear Colleagues, This is always one of the most difficult points of the year for me, because right now – directly after our annual conference – my head is full of a hundred and one ideas that I want to pursue following discussions with my fellow delegates and it’s very hard to know where to […]
Like many scholars with a Scots ancestry Malcolm was a lifelong Francophile. This love of France guided his scholarly activities, his marriage to Jacqueline and his decision not only to live in France but to adopt French citizenship.
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