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UACES Chair’s Message — December 2019

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Nicholas Startin, University of Bath It has been another busy few months for UACES. At UACES 2019 in Lisbon, we welcomed over 450 delegates to the University of Lisbon’s Faculty of Law. I would like to thank the organisers and everyone at the UACES office and on the Committee, for ensuring that the conference ran […]

Researching EU counter-terrorism policy post-2015 | Christine Andreeva, UACES Scholar 2019

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UACES Scholar 2019, Christine Andreeva (Dublin City University), visited a range of European capitals to conduct PhD fieldwork. Here, she reports on her experience. 

UACES Chair’s Message — May 2019

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Nicholas Startin, University of Bath Let me begin by thanking everyone who put their names forward for election to the UACES committee. Their willingness to be involved in the running of the Association is much appreciated. I would like to congratulate Jocelyn Mawdsley from  Newcastle University who will be the Association’s new Treasurer for a […]

UACES Chair’s Message — February 2019

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Nicholas Startin, University of Bath It has been a busy few months for the Association since I wrote my first column as Chair in November. While Brexit developments continue to move along at a snail’s pace, I am pleased to report that UACES remains as busy and as vibrant a community of scholars as ever. […]

The Benefits of Research Cooperation | NORTIA Fellow Dorina Baltag

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Dr. Dorina Baltag visited Brussels School of International Studies (BSIS) at Kent University during her NORTIA Residency in Autumn 2018. She is currently involved in teaching and coordinating courses in the European Studies Programme at Maastricht University. I applied for the NORTIA residency at Kent University (Brussels School of International Studies, BSIS) at the time […]

Brexit and the Voice of the People: But Which People?

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Brexit and the Voice of the People: But Which People? Moira Dustin, Nuno Ferreira and Susan Millns (Sussex European Institute at the University of Sussex, Brighton, UK) A thousand different lenses Brexit has been debated and unpicked to exhaustion. Writing in February 2019, Brexit is beginning to feel like a bad soap opera whose scriptwriter […]

Meet the members of the Jean Monnet NORTIA Network

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UACES is a member of NORTIA: the Network on Research and Teaching in EU Foreign Affairs. NORTIA is an Erasmus+ network, encompassing ten institutions. NORTIA fosters the debate between academics from different theoretical, methodological and geographical backgrounds through its annual research and teaching workshops, guest lectures, Master Classes, and Online Roundtables. NORTIA deepens the dialogue and interaction between academia and practitioners via carefully designed […]

Writers and Intellectuals on Britain and Europe, 1918–2018 | Event Report

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Writers and Intellectuals on Britain and Europe, 1918-2018 northumbria university 1st-2nd november 2018 Report by Ann-Marie Einhaus (Northumbria University) On 1 and 2 November 2018, an interdisciplinary gathering of thirty delegates – writers and academics based in the UK, Spain, Switzerland and Germany – met at Northumbria University to explore the contributions to, and reflections […]

Out of the LSE Bubble | NORTIA Fellow Irena Kahlousová

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Irena Kalhousová is currently a PhD student at the London School of Economics, working on relations between Central European countries and Israel. She is a Chief analyst and a member of the Program Committee at the Foundation Forum2000. Irena holds an M.Phil. degree in Contemporary European Studies from the University of Cambridge and a Bachelor’s […]

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