Recent blogs about Europe
’Federalismo’: lessons from devolution in Italy
Angelo Salento, July 7, 2015
When it comes to devolution, be careful what you wish for. Angelo Salento explains how it went wrong in Italy. Read more.
The quest for solidarity in a fractured Europe
Tanja Müller, June 30, 2015
With conflict raging in Calais between lorry drivers and would-be migrants to the UK, Tanja Müller asks what happened to European solidarity. Read more.
Peace prospects for Cyprus
Fadil Ersozer and Mustafa Cirakli, June 16, 2015
Mustafa Cirakli and Fadil Ersozer look at the latest developments in Cyprus, after one of the main players in negotiations gave a lecture in Manchester. Read more.
Privacy vs Security
Steve Furber, June 12, 2015
As data protection becomes a hot topic again with the publication of the ‘A Question of Trust‘ report, Professor Steve Furber asks if we should be worried. Read more.
The need for joined-up thinking on energy and cities
Stefan Bouzarovski and Saska Petrova
The EU’s new ‘Energy Union’ does not go far enough in reshaping our demand for energy, argue Professor Stefan Bouzarovski and Dr Saska Petrova. Read more.
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