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Interview – Mark Blyth

Interview – Mark Blyth

Mark Blyth discusses the crises of the European Union, the repercussions of Brexit, alternatives to austerity, and his position as a “reluctant Constructivist”.

Brexit’s Potentital Implications for Poland’s Position in the EU

Brexit’s Potentital Implications for Poland’s Position in the EU

For years, integration with Western institutions constituted Poland’s main foreign policy concern. Since Poland joined the EU foreign policy has followed an ad hoc path.

The European Response to the Syrian War: Pathologies Uncovered

The European Response to the Syrian War: Pathologies Uncovered

The EU must effectively address its migration pathologies and dysfunctionalities to fulfil its humanitarian promise to be a space of freedom, prosperity and rule of law

The Brexit and the Awkward Triangle: Britain, Turkey and the EU

The Brexit and the Awkward Triangle: Britain, Turkey and the EU

Brexit might enable both Ankara and the EU to find a dignified face-saving solution over negotiations which have made little progress.

A Renewed Anglo-american Alliance? Putin’s Potential ‘Bregret’

A Renewed Anglo-american Alliance? Putin’s Potential ‘Bregret’

Following Brexit, as Britain moves away from Europe (in spirit if not body), it will only become more ensconced in its Anglophone cocoon of geopolitical partners.

Brexit and China

Brexit and China

If Brexit was a sharp sign of a global popular revolt against political elites, nothing about it will be reassuring to the Chinese government and Party.

Brexit! The Result and Its Implications

Brexit! The Result and Its Implications

The UK’s exit represents a fundamental challenge for those advocates of an ‘ever closer union’ and EU leaders are conscious of the need to avoid further fragmentation.

The Brexit Fantasy

The Brexit Fantasy

In a Lacanian sense, the Brexit discourse invoked a fantasy return to a lost ‘golden era’ of British power while blaming immigration and the EU for standing in the way.

The Brexit Hangover

The Brexit Hangover

If the EU is to endure, experts need to understand how to recapture the population and divert them away from an empowered, and sometimes dangerous, field of populists.

The Rationality Gap: Brexit and the Immigration Question

The Rationality Gap: Brexit and the Immigration Question

If Britain abandons reason and principle, we will not be able to reclaim them and we will end up back in a place which we thought Europe had left behind forever.

Ukraine and Russia: People, Politics, Propaganda and Perspectives

Ukraine and Russia: People, Politics, Propaganda and Perspectives

When Ukraine decided to postpone an EU Association Agreement in 2013, few would have predicted that it would lead to a prolonged conflict in Europe’s borderland.

Bremain or Brexit?  Graduate Students as ‘Multipliers’

Bremain or Brexit? Graduate Students as ‘Multipliers’

If turnout is below 60%, Brexit is most likely to happen, while a turnout above 60% will work in favour of Bremain. A major component in this calculation is the behaviour of younger voters.

The Way We Were: Studying Europe Forty Years Ago

The Way We Were: Studying Europe Forty Years Ago

Reflecting on masters courses in the 1970s, questions emerge on whether these courses help or hinder England understand its view of itself in the world.

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