In: EU

IAPSS Live | Gerald Schneider on EU Russia Sanctions
December 19, 2018

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EU’s grand 60: Too big to unite, too small to fall apart
May 21, 2017

¨Europe will be forged in crises, and will be the sum of the solutions adopted for those crises.˝ Jean Monnet

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Democracy on gunpoint
April 21, 2017

It has been legitimately said that 2017 is the year of European elections. Truly the three biggest European countries (France, United…

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Second-class countries: The Dangers of a multi-speed Europe
April 19, 2017

Amidst internal and external threats to the European Union, European leaders were pressured to come up with structural changes. After a…

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The Rift Between EU and Turkey: The Old Wine in a New Bottle
March 30, 2017

Turkey’s long journey of Europeanisations is full of twists and turns. When it comes to the historical roots, hundred years old…

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The European Union’s absence from the European media
March 6, 2017

When watching the news in European channels one will be faced with a plethora of reports on domestic and international developments….

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The revision of the EU’s European Neighbourhood Policy and the instability on its Eastern border
February 6, 2017

As the conflict in Ukraine continues, the European Union (EU) has revised its European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) in 2015. This policy…

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Outsourcing the migrants’ crisis
February 4, 2017

Technocrats and policymakers in Brussels are widely seen as rational, number-driven decision-makers who decide based on cold calculations. To the Eurosceptics’…

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Truthful lie: Doublethink in 21st century politics
January 30, 2017

Politicians tend to promise all the world during campaigns but usually changes them when they get elected. In as much as…

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Where the future lays: rethinking the European integration project
November 8, 2016

Introduction Since 2008, the EU has been dragged into what could be considered its worst downward spiral of political, economical and…

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