One of the great pleasures of being Chair of UACES is the repeated opportunity to talk with colleagues who have contributed to the life of the Association through the years and who continue to want to do their bit to our on-going endeavours.
Simon Usherwood is Professor of Politics and International Studies, Open University and current Chair of UACES. He regularly posts on various aspects of EU-UK relations post-Brexit on his own blog EUatOU. He is Chair of UACES (2021-2024).
UACES 43rd Annual Conference takes place at the University of Leeds between 2-4 September 2013. In this post, Simon Usherwood (University of Surrey), reflects on the first plenary which looked at euroscepticism and its consequences for European integration.
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