Post Tagged with: "Europe"

The German Election – What Does It Mean for Europe?

The German Election – What Does It Mean for Europe?

The election in Germany brings the country into line with other countries in Europe with strong right-wing populist parties.

Interview – Maria Mälksoo

Interview – Maria Mälksoo

Dr Mälksoo explores the ontological security and identities of the Baltic states and compares the historical memory of these states to the Russian biographical narrative.

Interview – Mary Kaldor

Interview – Mary Kaldor

Prof. Kaldor explains new wars, discusses the conflict in Syria and the role of civil society, her approach to human security, and subterranean politics in Europe.

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Time to Start Reading Latin American History!

The political history of certain Latin American republics is discussed as a cautionary tale regarding the current growth of populism within the European Union.

What Will Americans, Britons, or Hungarians Do in the Name of Nationalism?

What Will Americans, Britons, or Hungarians Do in the Name of Nationalism?

The task of people who viscerally fear and dislike nationalism is to make a positive argument on behalf of the shared gains of migration, free trade, and cosmopolitanism.

The Beginning(s) and End(s) of the International Order

The Beginning(s) and End(s) of the International Order

As statesmen turn to ad hoc foreign policy by tweet it may be time to resuscitate the importance of “international society” as a means and ends of international order.

Portugal and the EEC Accession: Informal Practices and Arrangements

Portugal and the EEC Accession: Informal Practices and Arrangements

An assessment of the role of informal actors/procedures/rules in international relations, with a particular focus on the accession to the European institutions.

Railing Relations from the UK to China

Railing Relations from the UK to China

In perspective, a train carrying freight from the UK to the eastern side of China shows that such a link is possible, but whether it can be sustainable is another matter.

Brexit: The View from Norway

Brexit: The View from Norway

Brexit is a symptom of the same kind of inward-looking spirit that has characterised Norway ever since it refused to join the EU almost half a century ago.

A Guide to the Unpredictable French Presidential Election

A Guide to the Unpredictable French Presidential Election

This French presidential election is by far the most unpredictable of recent decades. The new French political landscape is more fascinating than ever.

The EU-Libya Migrant Deal: A Deal of Convenience

The EU-Libya Migrant Deal: A Deal of Convenience

The recently concluded EU-Libya deal is convenient for the EU but a disservice to migrants and refugees in Libya.

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