Professor Anand Menon has published three articles on Brexit:
- with Jonathan Portes he argued in The Times that “Whatever the sequence of talks, we’ll be writing a cheque before we sign a trade deal“.
- in The Guardian he makes the point that “Centrist MPs could save us from hard Brexit – but they’ve gone silent“.
- in Foreign Affairs he offers a glimpse behind the scenes of the referendum to explain “Why the British Chose Brexit“.
Dr Edoardo Bressanelli has written an article for the The Journal of Legislative Studies with Dr Nicola Chelotti (LSE):
- Bressanelli, E. and N. Chelotti (2018). “The European Parliament and Economic Governance: Explaining a Case of Limited Influence”. The Journal of Legislative Studies, forthcoming 2018
Dr Alexander Clarkson did a podcast on Turks and Kurds in Germany with TurkeyBookTalk, an online source specialised on Turkish history and politics.
Dr Koldo Casla has successfully passed his PhD on “Order over Justice: International Human Rights Norm Promotion by Western European States”. Congratulations, Dr Casla!
Professor Christoph Meyer has written a new post on Brexit for the EIS blog.
Dr Douglas Voigt has successfully passed his PhD on “Social Justice and Labour Market Institutions: a Critical Analysis of the German Hartz Regime”. Congratulations, Dr Voigt!
Ksenia Kirham has moderated the section ‘Sanctioned States in the Context of Global Imperialism’ at the XI. RISA Convention in Moscow. She also gave a paper titled ‘The Welfare State Regime Approach to Analysing Sanctioned States’.