Our research focus on Europe includes all the projects in which we have worked on EU-relevant content. We understand Europe in a geographical sense.
TAGESSPIEGEL — Interview mit Jan Eichhorn “Schottland macht Ernst mit der Unabhängigkeit”
POLITICO — Mark Rutte is in danger of repeating David Cameron’s mistakes
AUDIT COMMITEE INSTITUTE — Schottische 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 INTEGRATION — Who 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
FAZ – So 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 SOCIETY – The centre hasn’t lost populist right voters (yet)
LSE EUROPE BLOG – The black box of Brexit. Identification with Englishness is the best clue
LSE EUROPE BLOG – What the 2015 Greek debt negotiations tell us about Germany’s negotiating stance on Brexit
LSE EUROPE BLOG – Brexit alone will not decide a second Scottish referendum. But its perceived economic impact may
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