Category Archives: Soeren Keil

The Saga continues – The UK Supreme Court Ruling on Article 50 and the Evolving Constitutional Crisis in the UK

The wait is finally over. The Supreme Court ruled on 24 January 2017 that ‘by a majority of eight to three … [the] government cannot trigger Article 50 without an Act of Parliament to do so’. Theresa May and ‘Team … Continue reading

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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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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 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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