In a world of increasing geopolitical competition, domestic political volatility, digital transformation and the urgency of the climate crisis, the work of the Robert Schuman Centre is more important than ever. In 2019 we built on our track record of research excellence, competitive external funding and engagement with the world of practice. Our focus was on the big challenges of politics, political economy and governance facing Europe and the world. During 2019 we welcomed 121 fellows from around the world who enriched our scholarly community.
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