Über Europa

In unseren Forschungss­chw­er­punkt Europa fall­en all die Pro­jek­te, in denen wir EU-rel­e­vante Inhalte bear­beit­et haben. Dabei ver­ste­hen wir Europa in einem geo­graphis­chen Sinne.

Beiträge in Medien

Beiträge in Medien

TAGESSPIEGELInter­view mit Jan Eich­horn “Schot­t­land macht Ernst mit der Unab­hängigkeit”

POLITICO — Mark Rutte is in dan­ger of repeat­ing David Cameron’s mis­takes

AUDIT COMMITEE INSTITUTESchot­tis­che Unab­hängigkeit nach dem Brex­it – alles nur eine Frage der Zeit?

DAHRENDORF FORUM - Can Ger­many recov­er its inte­gra­tionist com­pass amidst COVID-19? 

LSE EUROPE BLOG — The EU´s south­ern mem­ber states have set the stage for Euro­pean debt mutu­al­i­sa­tion Blog 

JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATIONWho wants a ref­er­en­dum on EU mem­ber­ship? Explor­ing pub­lic atti­tudes in six Mem­ber States

EU OBSERVER – The bright side of ‚Brex­it Day‘ for the rest of the EU

FAZSo schnell wird das Kön­i­gre­ich am Brex­it nicht zer­brechen

PROSPECT – Don’t let pop­ulist can­di­dates fool you. Research shows Europe isn’t as divid­ed as you might think

NEW EUROPEANS – Why turn­ing the EU elec­tions into a ref­er­en­dum on an open and lib­er­al Europe is unhelp­ful 

EU OBSERVER ‚A Europe that pro­tects‘: what does that actu­al­ly mean?

INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND SOCIETYThe cen­tre hasn’t lost pop­ulist right vot­ers (yet)

LSE EUROPE BLOGThe black box of Brex­it. Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion with Eng­lish­ness is the best clue

LSE EUROPE BLOGWhat the 2015 Greek debt nego­ti­a­tions tell us about Germany’s nego­ti­at­ing stance on Brex­it 

LSE EUROPE BLOGBrex­it alone will not decide a sec­ond Scot­tish ref­er­en­dum. But its per­ceived eco­nom­ic impact may