Future of Europe blog
Exploring potentials and pitfalls of differentiation in Europe
The Future of Europe blog is an academic blog run by the research project EU Differentiation, Dominance and Democracy (EU3D). Our aim is to debate the EU’s current and future challenges and to enhance the understanding of the democratic potentials and the dominance pitfalls of differentiation in today’s EU.
The opinions and arguments in the Future of Europe Blog are exclusively those of the contributors. The editors will consider submissions received but retain all editorial rights with respect to selecting articles for publication.
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Editor: Resul Ümit, ARENA Centre for European Studies, University of Oslo
In addition to Resul Ümit, John Erik Fossum and Raquel Ugarte Diez are part of the editorial team.
EU Differentiation, Dominance and Democracy (EU3D)
EU3D is a research project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme (Grant Agreement no, 822419). Over the course of four years (2019-2023), EU3D will examine the increasingly differentiated European political order, and explore how much and what type of differentiation is sustainable and legitimate in Europe
EU3D has 10 partner institutions in 10 European countries, and is coordinated by John Erik Fossum, ARENA Centre for European Studies, University of Oslo.
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