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04.09.2018
“Call It Tough Love.” Holding Europe to Its Own Ideal

According to Oxford academic Kalypso Nicolaïdis, the EU is much more resilient than it gets credit for. We sat down to discuss the state of the Union today and the key challenges to safeguard the future of Europe in a time when the world needs it most.

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09.08.2018
On the Move: Experiences of Migration from Poland

An interview on the evolving experiences of Polish migrants and the political currents which underpin them.

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07.08.2018
The Population Was “Frozen”: Why Hungarians Started Migrating

An interview examining the driving forces and effects of changing attitudes to migration in Hungary.

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29.06.2018
After Europe – Thinking About Europe with the Help of Ivan Krastev

Reflections on Europe joining the dots of migration, populism, and democracy in the light of Ivan Krastev’s latest book.

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17.05.2018
Bridging the 82-km Happiness Gap: Can Estonia Stem the Labour Exodus to Finland?

Tens of thousands of Estonian workers commute to Finland, said to be the world’s happiest nation. Silja Kudel examines Estonia’s ongoing struggle with ‘brain drain’.

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10.01.2018
Refugees and the city: time to re-define roles and responsibilities?

Cities should be trusted to take the lead on the integration of newcomers.

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31.08.2017
The Western Balkan Route: A New Form of Forced Migration Governance in Europe?

Central European countries in 2015 allowed refugees to pass through into the EU. Why did it stop & what is the situation now?

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14.04.2017
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Side of Citizenship

The origin and meanings of citizenship – what does it mean today in an era of mass migration and security fears?

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01.04.2017
Genesis of Fear: The Case of Slovenia

How can we account for the perception among Slovenia’s general population that migrants pose a threat?

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27.02.2017
Centre-Left, Right? Right!

Slovenia was changed by the first waves of refugees passing through in 2015. Its centre-left government has followed, rather than led, public opinion.

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