Posts Tagged ‘EU Governance’

Ideas Monitor #35/2017

Commentators, policy analysts and think tanks are speculating over the future of Europe in the light of recent events: the results of German elections and the speech hold yesterday in Paris by Emmanue...

Political Briefing #64/2016

“I am a deeply patriotic person about this country. We have not been invaded for a thousand years, we have got institutions that serve us well. I don’t want to give that up to some sort of united ...

The Passage to Europe

Middelaar provides an insightful recollection of the EU's intricate history, and establishes an effective interpretative framework for understanding the political meaning of these historical processes...

Political Briefing #62/2016

“The pound is roughly where it has been. It is no lower today than it has been in the last few months. I seem to remember the pound fell sharply on the day when I said I was going to support the lea...

Political Briefing #69/2017

In Spain, national and regional institutions in Madrid and Barcelona are unable to ease-off tensions over the unilateral independence process kicked-off Catalan authorities. Meanwhile in Germany, the ...

The Europeanization of Twitter

In this interactive dashboard we show the incidence and the form of EU-related discussions in the European Twitter-spheres....

Special Briefing – Brexit #13

The last week before the EU Referendum is just about to start and the perspective on the final result is now more uncertain than ever. The last polls show an increasing trend for Leave, as the percent...

Political Briefing #44/2016

“The economic recovery in Europe continues but the global context is less conducive than it was. Future growth will increasingly depend on the opportunities we create for ourselves (...) " (Valdis D...

Ideas Monitor #13/2016

This week’s intellectual debate has been dominated by the Brexit referendum; the Greek bailout agreement; and the status of EU institutions....