30 April 2015
  • PEIW
  • EIC
  • EPS
Oxford University Press
European integration has generated a wide array of economic, political, and social opportunities beyond the nation state. European citizens are free to obtain their academic degree in Germany, earn their money in London, invest it in Luxembourg and retire to Spain.  read more
23 April 2015
  • EW
Beste İşleyen, ACCESS EUROPE postdoc and lecturer at the University of Amsterdam, has published a new article in the SAGE journal Security Dialogue, titled 'Governing the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process: The European Union Partnership for Peace'. read more
27 March 2015
  • EPS
ACCESS EUROPE Theme Leader Claes de Vreese (European Politics and Society) has received the prestigious Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council (ERC). read more
10 March 2015
  • EW
The daily governance of transit migration in Turkey at European Union borders
ACCESS EUROPE postdoctoral researcher Beste Isleyen has been awarded the prestigious Marie Curie Individual Fellowship for a project on Turkish-EU borders and migration, called TRANSIT. The duration of the project is 24 months. read more
10 March 2015
Various presenters published their contributions to the 'Why TTIP?' workshop last 17 February

Below the presentations that are made available for downloading.

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27 February 2015
  • ELG
Jonathan Zeitlin gives lecture at the Architecture Dialogue Series
The Architecture of Postnational Rulemaking is a project at the University of Amsterdam Faculty of Law, carried out by three research centres, ACELG, ACIL and CSECL. It investigates the phenomenon of postnational rulemaking from the perspectives of international public law, European public law and European Private Law. read more
16 February 2015
In cooperation with the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Parliamentary Democracy in Europe (PADEMIA)
The Erasmus network PADEMIA unites 56 universities from 31 countries around research on the role of parliaments in Europe. The network contributes to comparative analyses of the participating countries as well as to debate and the transfer of knowledge. The distribution of mini video lectures on the most recently acquired insights fits this purpose. read more
5 February 2015
"How the European Parliament’s participation in international relations affects the deep tissue of the EU’s power structures”
The European Parliament’s (EP) public refusal to consent to several international agreements gives EU citizens a voice in international relations, which, with all its flaws, draws on a source of democratic legitimation that is independent and separate from the EU member states. read more
5 February 2015
Between 1 and 4 March Cas Mudde will be Visiting Professor at ACCESS EUROPE, during which he will give a Spui25 lecture on the far right in European elections on March 2nd.
Cas Mudde was born in the Netherlands, where he gained his M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science at Leiden University, under the supervision of the late Peter Mair. Before coming to the US in 2008, he has held tenure-track positions at Central European University (Hungary), the University of Edinburgh (UK), and the University of Antwerp (Belgium). Before coming to UGA in 2012, he held temporary positions at the University of Oregon, University of Notre Dame, and DePauw University. Previously he has also held visiting positions at Charles University (Czech Republic), Academia Istropolitana (Slovakia), James I University (Spain), Malmo University (Sweden), Cornell University and Rutgers University (US). read more
5 February 2015
John Erik Fossum will be Visiting Professor at ACCESS EUROPE throughout May 2015. Fossum is professor in Political Science at ARENA Centre for European Studies at the University of Oslo, Norway. Previously was professor at the Department of Administration and Organization Theory, University of Bergen. Fossum holds a PhD in political science from the University of British Colombia, Canada read more