European studies

An EU without the UK would be one step closer to a genuine political union

Bart Cammaerts writes that if the EU is to survive in the years to come it must start making a…

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Globalization, Political Orientation and Wage Inequality: From Donald Trump’s Election to Angela Merkal’s Re-Election

The recent election results in US, Germany, Japan and China and vote for BRIXIT in Britian suggest that political outcomes…

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Islamophobia, secularism and the French left

Nick Riemer writes on how Islamophobia has become shockingly acceptable in France, even on the left, in the wake of…

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Geopolitical priorities – Turkey and the Balkans

Turkey had already playeda decisive role in the region after its establishment. Its active international role fed not only historical…

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Europe at war: Globalization vs Geopolitics

The paper examines the EU's challenges in the field of migration, and suggests how Brussels and EU governments might promote…

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Rewealthization in twenty-first century Western countries: the defining trend of the socioeconomic squeeze of the middle class

The wealth-to-income ratio (WIR) in many Western countries, particularly in Europe and North America, increased by a factor of two…

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Union for the Mediterranean project

The transformations that followed the end of the Cold War have generated in many countries a sense of insecurity and…

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The Emergence of the European Union

The European Union is a European political and economic bloc that started its path since 1951 and went through several…

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Macron’s plot: Have Muslims become a burden on France, or do they not read history?

In light of the accelerating events in France, and in light of Macron's attempt to ignite the fuse of division…

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