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Opening up the Great Lakes Region – the challenges of East Africa

Opening up the Great Lakes Region – the challenges of East Africa

Very few countries have not been built around sea routes and harbours, seemingly infinite sources of international trade and national…

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Towards the end of the European dream?

Towards the end of the European dream?

While billions of people are quarantined at home, while on our balconies we sing and clap to thank the healthcare…

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The Path to Scottish Independence: from the Treaty of Union to the Brexit fiasco

The Path to Scottish Independence: from the Treaty of Union to the Brexit fiasco

 “May she sedition hush; And like a torrent rush; Rebellious Scots to crush; God save the Queen”. Thus, ends one…

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Does the European Union educate generations into being united in diversity ?

Does the European Union educate generations into being united in diversity ?

This year, we have celebrated the Erasmus program’s 30th birthday. It is largely considered as one of the most successful…

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The meaning of « European identity » today (III)

The meaning of « European identity » today (III)

Multiples pathways to European identity formation: another forms of late national identity? European national identity: A Europe of values? Even…

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The meaning of « European identity » today (II)

The meaning of « European identity » today (II)

Measuring European identity: what does “feeling Europeans” actually mean? The emergence of a European civic mass identity Adopting the bottom…

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Refugees : an asset for western economies

Refugees : an asset for western economies

Today with rising populism all over the world, it seems that migrants are not welcome everywhere. Populist leaders are constructing…

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The meaning of “European identity” today (I)

The meaning of “European identity” today (I)

  Who is or should be European? Is there a European identity? How can we conceptualize it? And above all…

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To sink or not to sink, that is the question

To sink or not to sink, that is the question

Brexit won after the June’s referendum in 2016. The expected effects were important, especially for the British economy. As 2017…

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