European Parliament Elections 2014

Our coverage in the run-up to the European Parliament elections in 2014.

Denmark

As part of PDU’s country profiles for the upcoming European elections, we look at Denmark, one of the most affluent European Union member states. By Liam Fitzgerald

Hungary

The PDU looks at the current political landscape of Hungary in anticipation of the 2014 European Parliament Election? By Veronika Czina Accession to the European Union In the 1990s, Hungary was among those Central and Eastern…

Greece

Greece has become the symbolic centre of all the manifold problems of Europe – and opposition to the EU. What will happen in the May 2014 elections? By James Bartholomeusz

Romania

In May 2014, Romania will be called to the European polling booth for the second time since accession to elect 33 new MEPs. In a country marked by corruption, political scandals and fragile coalition governments,…

Ireland

Ireland has historically been one of the European Union’s most enthusiastic members, but its economic collapse, EU-IMF bailout and endless austerity have begun to erode that enthusiasm. How will that play out in the European…

Portugal

The PDU continues its series in anticipation of the 2014 European Parliament elections with a profile of Portugal. By Corina Lozovan The European Parliament elections haven’t been on Portuguese minds so far. The society is too…

Luxembourg

The PDU kicks off its series in anticipation of the 2014 European Parliament elections with a profile of Luxembourg. By Korbinian Rueger For decades Luxembourg has been one of the most pro-European countries on the…