On May 9th, the Day of Europe, dozens of young people between the ages of 18 and 26 confronted candidates to the European elections.Read More
Given the current state of the integration process and the challenges ahead, discussing the visions of our common future in Europe is more necessary than ever. We invite you to participate this March 20 on an Open EU Debate forum and share your views.Read More
As a result of the June elections, there are three constraining factors that might further distance Turkey from the EU. Political scientist and IEE-ULB affiliated researcher Seda Gürkan analyses them in this article.Read More
A new government led by the League and the Five Stars Movement represents a novelty and an element of unpredictability for Italy and Europe. Political scientist Luca Tomini underlines a problem the EU might soon be confronted with: a new challenge to liberal democracy, that subscribes to a global and European trend.Read More
Since its inception, the EU has modified in numerous occasions its modes of governance in order to better respond to its challenges. This is particularly the case for the European Parliament. Nathalie Brack and Olivier Costa have analysed the reforms between 1979 and 2017.Read More
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.Read More
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