Tag Archives: Brexit

The Division of Europe? A Dialogue Between Science and Practice

Seminar on European Politics co-sponsored by Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung (HSS) and Geschwister-Scholl-Institute (GSI) Seminar with three distinct panels on current challenges for European politics and decision-makers in Europe and Germany: Panel 1: Germany in a changing EU…

What would a Trump presidency mean for the rest of the world?

President Trump is able to deliver a severe shock to the US and the rest of the world, writes Brendan Simms in his recent article for the New Statesman. The US and the UK might…

Professor Simms leads the Dialogue on Europe

On 28 June 2016, PDU President Brendan Simms gave the opening speech at Das Progressive Zentrum’s Opening Conference

Britain and the EU still have a future together

Britain is now leaving the EU, but it will remain part of the European family.

Will Cameron’s Demands Make the EU Better?

Brendan Simms and James Bartholomeusz explore the failures and possibilities of the Britain’s renegotiation of its EU membership in an article for the Aspen Review.

American Visions for the European Question

On 8 April 2016, the Project for Democratic Union, McCloy Fellows at Harvard University and European Horizons hosted the event ‘American Visions for the European Question: A Transatlantic Debate’.  Europe stands at a crossroads between…

The British spectacle says more about Cameron than Europe

The British premier’s ‘renegotiation’ is a banal charade, but one which we are now obliged to play along with, write James Bartholomeusz and Daniel Schade.

Emergency brakes on migration: neither novel nor effective

In this blog post for the London School of Economics’ (LSE) Brexit blog the LSE’s Eiko Thielemann and the PDU’s Daniel Schade argue that the migration ’emergency brake’ agreed to by the European Council is an…

A tale of two unions

The upcoming British referendum on EU membership could also trigger the dissolution of the British union, James Bartholomeusz writes for the World Commerce Review.

2015 in Europe: A year of challenges

The past 12 months have seen the waves of multiple crises break on the European shore. The Project for Democratic Union looks back at 2015, a watershed year in European history. By James Bartholomeusz