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Online Papers by Laura Dohmen and Pauline Melin published

We are happy to announce that two working papers have been published by our members Laura Dohmen and Pauline Melin.

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Successful Roundtable Discussion on the EU's future

On 8 December, CERiM organised a roundtable discussion on 'Debating the EU’s Future: Do we need institutional reforms? Will we get them?'. Edward Best (EIPA), Deirdre Curtin (EUI), Graham Smith (Member of the Cabinet of the European Ombudsman) and Wo...

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Hylke Dijkstra and Anniek de Ruijter publish Special Issue on EU Public-Health-Security Nexus

Hylke Dijkstra and Anniek de Ruijter have just published a Special Issue on EU Public-Health-Security Nexus in the European Journal of Risk Regulation. A number of articles are open-access.

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Blog and Report from Academic Conference "The Surveillance Triangle: Authorities, Data subjects and Means"

On 25 September 2017, an academic conference titled ‘The Surveillance Triangle: Authorities, Data subjects and Means’ was convened at the UM Campus Brussels. A blog and a report on the event is now available.

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Former Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb Gives Lecture in Maastricht

On Thursday, 23 November, CERiM had the honour of welcoming Dr. Alexander Stubb, the former Finnish Prime Minister and current Vice-President of the European Investment Bank, for our second Jean Monnet Lecture of the academic year. In his lecture entit...

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8 December 2017: Register for Roundtable on “Debating the EU’s Future: Do we need institutional reforms? Will we get them?”

On 8 December 2017, CERiM will be holding a roundtable debate on “Debating the EU’s Future: Do we need institutional reforms? Will we get them?". The event is organised following the end of the Europe Calling initiative celebrating 25 years of the ...

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30 November - 1 December 2017: Ellen Vos to present at Workshop on Unpacking the 'Accountability Paradox' in Expert-based Decision-making

The workshop brings together top academics and practitioners to reflect on the possibilities and limits of establishing accountability for expert decision-making. Contributions combine discussions at a normative and conceptual level with more concrete ...

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Sophie Vanhoonacker publishes co-edited volume on International Relations

Sophie Vanhoonacker, Michael Smith, and Christopher Hill have recently published a book titled International Relations and the European Union (2017, Oxford University Press).

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7 December 2017: Debate on the role of EU agencies in the Future Europe

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED: In 2017 the City of Maastricht, the Province of Limburg and Maastricht University commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Maastricht Treaty by means of a series of events under the heading Europe Calling. The debate on the role ...

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Hylke Dijkstra Appointed Programme Director for MA European Students

On 1 January 2018, Hylke Dijkstra will become the new Programme Director of the master’s programme European Studies.

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