By Laura de Boer This article is the first of a short publication series in which articles written by the new editorial team will be showcased. This first article is written by Laura de Boer (Dutch, cohort 2021/2023), currently doing her first semester at the University of Uppsala. Ever since the United Kingdom European Union … Continue reading The World Post-Brexit: Where do EU-UK Relations Stand After Their Break-up?
Virginia Stuart-Taylor is British and was part of the Euroculture 2016-2018 cohort, but graduated in 2019 due to undertaking a full-time job. She spent her first semester at the University of Groningen, her second one at Uppsala University and chose the professional track in the third semester. Before starting Euroculture, she completed a BA in … Continue reading In Focus: After Euroculture || Virginia Stuart-Taylor (2016-2018)
In this article, Sarah Jack gives us an insight into the Scottish independence vote and what Brexit changed for Scotland.
Even though the government has denied the possibility to fully abandon the programme, the decision represents a crystal-clear stance against the EU. As reported by the Italian newspaper La Repubblica, in fact, different conservative MPs have argued that the decision was taken in order “not to have their hands tied in the next negotiates with the EU”.
No one knows for sure what consequences a ‘no-deal’ Brexit will have on the British – and European – higher education system.
Besides the Research Track, the Euroculture MA offers the possibility to do an internship during the third semester. Today, we are featuring Mathilde Soubeyran, who went to Scotland! Read more about her experience at the European Commission Representation there.
Second part of the interview with former MEP Michael Hindley (Labour Party): Brexit, Northern Ireland, Ukraine, populism, Russia, Trump, and the growth of far-right sentiments in Europe are the focus this time.
First part of the interview with Michael Hindley, former MEP (Labour Party). Menu of the interview: Brexit, Scotland, Ireland, Germany, the far-right, and the EU. What's his opinion about all these topics?
Many criticise our current model of representative democracy. Some offer a solution: participatory democracy. But would it be better than our current system? Read more about the pros and cons - and about the actual need for reforms.
Brexit has shaken the foundations of the EU. Linda Piersma analyses opportunities in the new situation.