Helen Drake, Loughborough University 9 November 2017 Fifty years ago on 1 December 1967 a small group of UK academics gathered in Chatham House, London, to address a pressing question: how to support the study, in the UK, of what was happening ‘on the continent’, namely, European integration? Within a year the group had named […]
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Focusing on what a Brexit could mean for Britain overlooks the more important question of what it could mean for Europe.
The EU should focus more on its relations with the private sector in Israel, and forget to a certain extent the politics, in order to strengthen its position as an influential external actor – argues Shelly Gottfried.* The EU’s economic strength and active involvement in national and regional processes is a well-known fact; however, it […]