Monthly Archives: May 2016

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Application for European Union Membership: The Question of European Interests

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Application for European Union Membership: The Question of European Interests Soeren Keil On 14 February 2016, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) Presidency and Prime Minister submitted the country’s application for membership in the European Union to EU representatives … Continue reading

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The 2016 Scottish Elections: A Nationalist Victory, A Tory Triumph and A Labour Drubbing.

By Paul Anderson, PhD Candidate in Politics at Canterbury Christ Church University and Comunication’s Officer for the UACES CRN ‘Europe and the Everyday’   On Thursday, 5 May 2016, the Scottish electorate went to the polls to elect the fifth … Continue reading

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