Future of Europe blog
Exploring potentials and pitfalls of differentiation in Europe
The Future of Europe Blog welcomes contributions from researchers on topics related to differentiation in Europe. We are particularly (but not exclusively) interested in topics related to:
- The EU system of governance
- Differentiation and democratic legitimacy
- Asylum and immigration policy
- Citizens’ perceptions of EU governance
- Media and parliamentary debates
- Regional and municipal actors
- Future of Europe reform proposals, including Conference on the Future of Europe
- EU-UK relations post-Brexit
- EU compared to other federations and regional organisations
- EU’s relations with affiliated non-members and applicant states
- The EU and current developments, such as Covid-19
Length and style
We publish academic commentaries that are communicated in an accessible way. The length of the piece should be 800-1200 words. The article should be sent to the editor in a word format.
If you have any questions or would like to contribute to the blog, please contact editor Resul Ümit.
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