Posts Tagged ‘European identity’

Ideas Monitor #27/2016

This week, Ideas Monitor focuses on what is happening after the Brexit referendum, the problems of globalization, and the European economy....

Political Briefing #63/2016

“Obsessed with the idea of instant and total integration, we failed to notice that ordinary people, the citizens of Europe, do not share our Euroenthusiasm.” (Donald Tusk, President of the Europea...

Searching for European society

Is there such a thing as a European society? Based on a four-country survey, Gerhards and Lengfeld respond affirmatively. Despite some methodological shortcomings, this is a solid and original contrib...

Ideas Monitor #26/2016

This week we cover who is responsible for Brexit, possible future scenarios for the EU, and the economic cleavage and the state of the left....

Communicating Europe

Far from signalling the fragmentation of European identity, this study concludes that the collective struggle on the part of citizens to understand the meaning of the euro crisis is helping to cement ...

Political Briefing #28/2017

Negotiations for Brexit continue, while the French elections present a fragmented scenario, with the socialist candidate Hamon being left behind according to recent pools. This and other news about th...

Political Briefing #23/2017

While European leaders sign the common declaration in Rome, regional and national elections are held, respectively, in Germany and Bulgaria. This and other news about Brexit and euroscepticism in our ...

Political Briefing #71/2016

The strategy to deal with the uncertainty raised by the EU Referendum of 23 June seems to be increasingly focused on putting new efforts to relaunch the European project....

The Cultural Foundations of Europe

Cavalli and Martinelli have written more than a simple textbook, which not only describes but also interprets, questions and makes one think. Building on the best available academic literature, it pro...