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25 janvier 2019

Brexit Agony: Lessons Learned for Negotiators

Defeat in the House of Commons of the proposed Withdrawal Agreement between the UK and the EU was largely expected. And defeat there was, to an unprecedented extent in the House of Commons’ history. As we now stand very close to the chosen deadline of 29 March 2019 for the UK exit from the EU, decision makers on both sides of the Channel have entered into crisis mode. While most commentators are focused...
14 janvier 2019

Securitisation in European Union Energy Policy

Has the European Commission become an agent of collective securitisation in EU energy policy? Stephanie Hofmann, Professor of International Relations and Political Science at the Graduate Institute, and...

13 décembre 2018

Is the Transition Over?

“Transition” has become a convenient trope or “buzzword” expressing both uncertainty and hope. It means not only the passage from one place or state or set of circumstances to another but also a sense...

11 décembre 2018

The Relationship between Immigration and the Welfare State

Why do some countries have more selective labour immigration policies than others? Melanie Kolbe, Assistant Professor of International Relations and Political Science at the Graduate Institute, and Elif...

30 novembre 2018

Umut Yüksel : I Am Grateful for the Job Opportunites Provided...

Umut Yüksel, PhD Student in International Relations/Political Science I am currently in the fourth year of my PhD in International Relations/Political Science (IR/PS). I was born in Ankara, Turkey, but...