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Mar 5 2014

Not all Ethnic Russians in Crimea Have a Political Affinity with Moscow

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By Ellie Knott Throughout the Ukraine crisis, Crimea has been described as a region with strong sympathies toward Russia. Based on her own research in the region, Ellie Knott takes issue with the prevailing view that ethnic Russians in Crimea … Continue reading

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Feb 21 2014

Eurozone Crisis: Another Chapter in the Never-Ending Saga of Boom and Bust

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By Akhil Patel The policy response to the euro crisis since 2008 has been an extremely protracted affair, set against the backdrop not only of containing financial and sovereign debt crises and managing the risks of financial contagion (more normally associated … Continue reading

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Nov 22 2013

The US attack on Germany’s Economic Policy: A Crisis of World Leadership

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by Fabrizio Goria It is a war of words between the United States and Germany. Or maybe not. Certainly the latest US Treasury report on the international economic situation has stirred emotions, both because of the sharp language used in … Continue reading

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Aug 9 2013

Summer Reading: LSE Reviews of Recent European Politics Books

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What could be more relaxing than whiling away those long summer days with a selection of the most recent research on European politics to hand? In this spirit we have gathered together a selection of reviews we think will be … Continue reading

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May 28 2013

The European economic crisis has coincided with a decline in press freedom in the EU

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By Jennifer Dunham and Zselyke Csaky (rebloged from EUROPP) In the half decade since the beginning of the economic crisis, global press freedom has declined, and the EU has been no exception to this trend. Reporting on a new survey on … Continue reading

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May 4 2013

Symbols, Trauma and European Identity

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EUROPP’s editors Stuart A Brown and Chris Gilson in conversation with Jeffrey C. Alexander about his views on modernity, the European integration process, and the importance of cultural and political symbols to European democracy. You’ve written about the ‘dark side’ of modernity. … Continue reading

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