In his speech to the second African Union (AU) and European Union (EU) Joint Ministerial Meeting, Josep Borrell addressed the AU arguing that “The EU is your number one partner on peace and security issues. No other partner matches the level of our support – without any kind of hidden agenda. No other partner. At […]
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On October 25th, Tous Migrants, a French migrant advocacy organization, announced that it had filed an appeal with the European Court of Human Rights concerning the death of Blessing Matthew, a young Nigerian woman who died after crossing the Franco-Italian border. This appeal is based in part on new evidence in the case that came to light in an investigation by Border Forensics.
Security assistance is at the forefront of international engagement in “weak” or “fragile” states. Making so-called fragile states secure and stable is viewed by the international community as essential for dealing with the consequences of the transnational and diffuse nature of insecurity such as trafficking of arms, drugs and human beings and to prevent their […]
An essential part of collecting the data for both projects is to go out into the field and to carry out interviews. I anticipated to use the UACES Microgrant to conduct my field work on the ground.
Dear Colleagues, This is always one of the most difficult points of the year for me, because right now – directly after our annual conference – my head is full of a hundred and one ideas that I want to pursue following discussions with my fellow delegates and it’s very hard to know where to […]
Like many scholars with a Scots ancestry Malcolm was a lifelong Francophile. This love of France guided his scholarly activities, his marriage to Jacqueline and his decision not only to live in France but to adopt French citizenship.
The British Eurocommunist episode plays an important role in my research on the reception and resemioticisation of Antonio Gramsci’s political theorisation into the British intellectual Left. The UACES Microgrant has enabled me to visit Historical Archives of the European Union in Fiesole, Italy.
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