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Lessons from Brexit: (Re)balancing Euroscepticism

The survival of the world’s largest regional security organisation—the 57-member Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)—is under threat from Russian ambitions to upend the existing international order.[1] Whether,…

Article by Louis Cox-Brusseau

Global Britons: Understanding the unique British communities in Brussels and Washington DC

This report focuses on two unusual but strategically important British communities overseas.


Disputed Territories, Disputed Rights: How to address human rights challenges in Europe’s grey zones

A new publication drawing attention to the human rights situations in Europe's 'grey zones'.


The rise of illiberal civil society in the former Soviet Union?

Charting the rise of illiberal groups in Georgia, Armenia, Ukraine, Moldova and Kyrgyzstan.


Europe and the people: Examining the EU’s democratic legitimacy

Examining concerns across Europe around the democratic legitimacy of the EU and its institutions.


Institutionally blind? International organisations and human rights abuses in the former Soviet Union

Examining if major international institutions are meeting their human rights commitments in the FSU.


Trouble in the Neighbourhood? The future of the EU’s Eastern Partnership

Examining the EU's Eastern Neighbourhood: Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Belarus & Ukraine.


Shelter from the storm?

Examines key issues around asylum, extradition & the provision of refuge for activists from the…


Renegotiation, Reform and Referendum: Does Britain have an EU future?

Renegotiation, Reform and Referendum: examines the UK debate over its EU membership.


Europe in the World: Can EU foreign policy make an impact?

Examining how Europe is seen internationally and the effectiveness of the External Action Service.


Single Market, Equal Rights? UK perspectives on EU employment and social law

A wide-ranging assessment of the UK debate over Europe’s role in employment and social rights.


The new British politics and Europe: Conflict or cooperation?

Explores how Britain’s coalition government has coped with the potentially divisive issue of Europe


Reconnecting the European Parliament and its people

It sets out a radical agenda for reforming the European Parliament’s relationship with the public.


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