Category Archives: federalism

Europe and the Everyday CRN at IPSA World Congress, Poland, 2016.

The UACES CRN ‘Europe and the Everyday’ was strongly represented at the 2016 International Political Science Association (IPSA) World Congress, held between 23-28 July in Poznan, Poland. Both Drs Simona Guerra and Soeren Keil, two of the network coordinators, presented … Continue reading

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Codominium and shared sovereignty – what future for Gibraltar after BREXIT?

In the aftermath of the recent referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU, Francesco Violi, looks at the status of and options for Gibraltar, a British overseas territory located in the Iberian Peninsular, which voted unanimously to remain in … Continue reading

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Federalism: the source and antidote to Euroscepticism?

Federalism: the source and antidote to Euroscepticism? Simon Bransden The UK votes on 23 June on whether to continue to participate in a political system that has federal characteristics, and which for Michael Burgess, a leading scholar, is firmly rooted … Continue reading

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The Great British Delusion over Europe

The Great British Delusion over Europe Introduction The United Kingdom (UK) and the European Union (EU), is a story full of confusion, misunderstandings, mutual grievance and yet somehow also one of mutual need, love and support. To understand the complex relationship between … Continue reading

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