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open house
Academic, News

Open house: Information Session on Masters at the IEE-ULB on April 20

Admissions are open for the 2018-2019 academic year for EU citizens! The Institute for European Studies of the ULB invites you to discover its Masters and Specialized Masters during our open house and Information Session on April 20th, 2018.

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Resilience Crises
Multimedia, News, Projects

Resilience: how EU institutions reacted to the crises

Resilience, a documentary by Horizon 2020 project ENLIGHTEN, explores how European institutions and member states reacted to the crises, and the responses provided.

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Cyberspace
Articles, Carte Blanche, Highlights

The need for a transatlantic agenda for cyberspace

The speed in which cyberspace evolves as well as the versatility of cyber-attacks leaves many governments and economic actors defenceless when it comes to facing one of the most serious challenges of the beginning of the 21st century. 

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Brexit Historical Dimension
News

The Historical Dimension of Brexit, as seen by Kiran Patel

The recent history of Brexit and other potential exits from the European Union demonstrate the need to overcome the linear lecture of a European integration history.

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Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the EC EU-Turkey relations
Highlights

EU-Turkey relations in the aftermath of Turkey's constitutional referendum

Seda Gürkan (CEVIPOL, IEE-ULB) analyses why the Turkish presidential system is likely to induce far-reaching changes in EU-Turkey relations, and questions whether the regime change in Turkey has the potential to put an end to Turkey's EU journey.

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Rome Treaty 1957
Highlights

From Rome to Rome: The Political Economy of the 60th Anniversary

In this "carte blanche," László Andor reflects on the economic, political and social challenges of the Eurozone as the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaty approaches.

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TTIP protest
Highlights

Will TTIP be rebranded as "Trump Trade and Investment Partnership"?

When Donald Trump takes the oath of office, he will inherit President Obama's legacy on trade -with negotiations towards the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership ongoing. TTIP's future is uncertain. Tereza Novotna outlines five scenarios for what actions Trump may take.

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