Monthly Archives: May 2017

What Macron’s victory means for Brexit

Amidst the turbulent past few weeks of UK-EU Brexit wrangling, relatively little attention has been paid to the effect the election of a new French president will have on these negotiations. UK tabloids have been busy instead making hay with … Continue reading

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France, Europe and ‘Frexit’: Was the French election a vote on ‘Europe’?

In a recent blog post, Caterina Froio has correctly noted that the politicisation of Europe has been one of the central factors in the French election campaign. While Europe is often a secondary issue in election campaigns, in this case it … Continue reading

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Deadline Extended: CfP ‘Democratic Recession and Europe in Flux: Everyday Perspectives’

The UACES CRN “Europe and the Everyday” (EUEve) invites proposals for its second workshop at Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, UK. The workshop will take place on the 20th and 21st of September 2017.   Following on from the debates … Continue reading

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