5 06, 2019

The real center of gravity after the European elections

By |2020-05-04T09:44:43+00:00June 5th, 2019|Categories: Brexit|Tags: , , |

by Ira StrausChair, Centre for War-Peace Studies 5th June 2019 1. In Europe The center of gravity in the new European Parliament (EP) is, overall, in the same center-right and pro-EU space it inhabited before. However, it has significantly changed its emphasis in two specific areas: an enlarged cohort seeking [...]

31 05, 2019

The European Elections: Signs of things to come for Brexit

By |2019-05-31T10:27:03+00:00May 31st, 2019|Categories: Blog, Europe|Tags: , , |

by Brendan DonnellyDirector, The Federal Trust 31st May 2019 The European Elections mark an important watershed in the Brexit process. They show that the Conservative Party will never accept a negotiated Withdrawal Agreement from the European Union; made a General Election later this year considerably more likely; moved the Labour [...]

1 05, 2019

What kind of Europe after the European Elections?

By |2020-05-04T09:45:38+00:00May 1st, 2019|Categories: Brexit|Tags: , , |

4th June 2019 SPEAKERS: Dr Giacomo Benedetto Senior Lecturer in Politics – Jean Monnet Chair, Royal Holloway, University of London Dr Charlotte GalpinLecturer in German and European Politics and Deputy Director of the Institute for German Studies, University of Birmingham Felix DaneHead of the UK & Ireland office, Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation Chaired [...]

17 04, 2019

European Elections in the UK: A Brexit turning-point?

By |2019-04-17T10:58:04+00:00April 17th, 2019|Categories: Blog, Europe|Tags: , , |

by Brendan DonnellyDirector, The Federal Trust 17th April 2019 It is easy to sympathise with last week’s reluctance of President Macron and other EU-27 leaders to endorse an extension of the Article 50 Brexit negotiations until the end of October 2019. There is a real chance that in six months [...]

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