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  • 10 Feb 2020
    Oya Dursun-Özkanca

    NATO’s London Summit: Intra-alliance Opposition and Silver Linings

    Oya Dursun-Özkanca, author of 'Turkey–West Relations," out now, on the recent NATO Summit.

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  • 9 Aug 2019
    Robert H. Blackman

    How Brexit is like the French Revolution

    No past event gives us a perfect guide to understand current affairs. Nevertheless, we could do worse than use our shared past to help us think through the remarkable political changes Britain has experienced since the 2016 referendum on leaving the European Union. One event in particular shares much of the political drama Britain has […]

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  • 18 Apr 2019
    Frank J. Garcia

    Trade, Trump, and Brexit

    As an American, I can’t help but read the slow-motion drama that is Brexit through the lens of the 2016 Trump election. Each is a referendum on a half-century of internationalist and neoliberal policies at home and abroad, and on the political establishment (both liberal and conservative) responsible for implementing them. Both have made it […]

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  • 21 Sep 2017
    Joyce Marie Mushaben

    “Merkel has done more to modernize gender roles in united Germany than all of her predecessors” says author Joyce Marie Mushaben

    Germany votes this weekend in the last in a series of elections in key Western countries. The polls are predicting a win for Angela Merkel, who is trying to secure a historic fourth term as chancellor. In an exclusive extract from her new book, Becoming Madam Chancellor: Angela Merkel and the Berlin Republic, Joyce Marie Mushaben explains why she wrote the book and she looks back at the personal and political factors that have contributed to Chancellor Merkel's hard-earned status as ‘the world's most powerful woman.’

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  • 30 Nov 2016
    Campbell McLachlan

    Brexit and the Foreign Affairs Prerogative

    On Monday 5 December 2016, the UK Supreme Court will hear the Government’s appeal from the judgment of the Divisional Court in R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union. It is the case of the century on the scope of the foreign affairs treaty prerogative. A unanimous Divisional Court held that […]

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  • 20 Jun 2016
    Vivien A. Schmidt

    The Issue Remarkable for its Absence: The Resilience of Neo-Liberalism in Europe

    Vivien A. Schmidt, co-edtior of Resilient Liberalism in Europe's Political Economy, examines one of the motivators behind the Brexit camp: neoliberalism.

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  • 7 Jun 2016
    Rebecca Adler-Nissen

    A Very British Club: How the UK has built the EU since 1973 (but hasn’t realised it, yet)

    The view from Denmark As a Dane, I follow the Brexit discussion with both interest and bewilderment. Denmark entered the European Communities in 1973 together with the United Kingdom and Ireland. For many Danes the fate of Denmark in Europe is therefore naturally linked to that of the UK. Yet, the British EU referendum debate […]

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  • 10 May 2016
    Damian Chalmers

    Crisis and Adjusting to European Diversity

    If European integration is to endure successfully, there will have to be a number of changes. Damian Chalmers explores these.

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