Editorial Newsletter December 2016

EU-Russia relations: time for a reset? One of the external threats the EU is confronted with concerns the relationship with Russia. The annexation of Crimea, the interference in Eastern Ukraine and Russia’s bombardments in Syria are examples of Russian activities […]

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Cooperation with the European Parliament

On 15 May TEPSA together with its Member Institutes and external experts submitted a bid in 8 lots to the European Parliament’s tender on “Research networks to provide foreign policy expertise” (Contract reference EP/EXPO/B/FWC/2013-08). The outcome will be known soon. In June 2013 […]

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OPAL Country Reports

The OPAL project (Observatory of Parliaments after the Lisbon Treaty) has published country reports on all EU national parliaments on its website. The reports give detailed information on the institutional set-up of each national parliament and the newly introduced procedures […]

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Editorial: Brexit?

Brexit?  by Jean-Paul Jacqué The announcement of the British Prime Minister’s speech has revived speculation about a possible withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. The TV channel Arte has even broadcasted a fictional documentary on the subject. […]

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News from Marco Siddi, EXACT Fellow

Upcoming publications: Marco Siddi, Russia and the forging of memory and identity in Europe, Egmont Studia Diplomatica (forthcoming January 2013) Marco Siddi, Italy-Russia relations: politics, energy and other business’, in: Zsuzsa, Ludvig (ed.), What role for Russia?, Eastern European Studies […]

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China in the ‘Great White North’: Explaining China’s politics in the Arctic by Andreas Raspotnik and Malte Humpert, Long-Post European Geostrategy (edited by James Rogers and Luis Simón), August 17, 2012

Today, European Geostrategy publishes its second Long Post, which is co-authored by Malte Humpert and Andreas Raspotnik, who are the Executive Director of the Arctic Institute and a research fellow at the University of Cologne (EXACT Marie Curie ITN), respectively. […]

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TEPSA Annual Activity Report 2012

In 2012 TEPSA has continued on its path by addressing the variety of topics outlined by the ‘Europe for Citizens’ programme. TEPSA seized the opportunity to match citizens’ engagement with the current priorities of the EU. Also in 2012 TEPSA […]

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TEPSA Brief: European Leadership

The events of January 2009 reveal a picture which could hardly be more confusing: Whereas in the United States Barack Obama’s inauguration as President of the United States of America seems to demonstrate the maximum leadership possible, the European Union […]

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TEPSA Brief: EU’s Baltic strategy

EU’s Baltic strategy: realities of the crisis and the vision of a region   by Vadim Kononenko, Finnish Institute of International Affairs (vadim•kononenko©upi-fiia•fi)   How is the global economic crisis shaping the dynamics of cooperation around the Baltic sea? The […]

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TEPSA Brief

TEPSA Brief is a monthly policy brief, which informs concisely about current and ongoing policies and developments in the European Union.

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Recommendations to the Belgian Presidency, May 2010

During the Belgian Pre-Presidency conference organised in cooperation with the EGE network on 20-21st May 2010, TEPSA Network presented the Recommendations to the Belgian Presidency. These recommendations were drafted by representatives from TEPSA member institutes: Iain Begg (LSE, London), Christian […]

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Liber Amicorum Professor Jacqué

We congratulate warmly Professor Jean-Paul Jacqué who received the Liber Amicorum on Monday 14th June, “Chemins d’Europe – mélanges en l’honneur de J.P. Jacqué”. The first hommage was written by Jean-Claude Piris, Director General of the Legal service of the […]

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