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Antoine Rayroux on EU-Canada cooperation and policy dialogues

Antoine Rayroux , a visitor scholar at CÉRIUM – the Centre for International Studies at the Université de Montréal, works as consultant in international affairs, with expertise in Canada-Europe relations. Like many others, Antoine is inspired by the process through which centuries-old enemies were able to not only establish long-lasting peace but...
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Shannon Dinan analyses social policy in the Member States

Shannon Dinan is an Assistant Professor at Bishop’s University. She is also a member of the Canadian Political Science Association Board of Directors as Student Representative (2019-2022). The Single European Market is one of the greatest accomplishments of the EU. It has brought economic advancement to the Member States and occupational mobility...
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Miriam Müller-Rensch on her expertise in European Studies

Miriam Müller-Rensch is Affiliate Scholar at Center for Global Studies, University of Victoria, BC, Canada; Coast and Straits Salish Territory. She is also Professor for Sociology and International Inequality at the University of Applied Sciences of Erfurt, Germany. Miriam participated in the European Community Studies Association (ECSA-C)...
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Julian Campisi - on what drives his research agenda on the EU

Julian Campisi recently completed his PhD in Political Science at York University (2018). He is a postdoctoral researcher at Glendon College and Lecturer on Political Science at the University of Toronto, Scarborough. Julian participated in an interview series conducted y the European Community Studies Association. Junior scholars were invited to...
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CEDoD Policy Memos on COVID responses - by students

Students at the University of Victoria were invited to brainstorm on policy recommendations in light of the COVID crisis as part of the Canada Europe Dialogue on Democracy (CEDoD) project at the University of Victoria. The policy memos were written in consultation with Dr. Pablo Ouziel, Dr. Keith Cherry (professors of the EUS 300's course at )...
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Sara Norrevik teaches EU studies to American students

Sara Norrevik is a PhD Candidate and Fulbright Grantee in Political Science at the University at Buffalo. What attracts many scholars to study the European Union is the resilience it has shown in the face of several crises. In particular, many institutional changes have been made to address what is referred to as the 'democratic deficit'. In an...
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Keith Cherry (Postdoctoral fellow) explores issues of pluralism in the EU

Keith Cherry is a Killam Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Alberta and a Graduate Fellow at the Centre for Global Studies at the University of Victoria and a new member to the European Community Studies Association. The EU is the first governance structure of its kind, somewhere between intergovernmental and supranational with a...
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Frauke Ohler analyses the negotiation tactics of the EU at the UN

Frauke Ohler is a PhD Candidate at the University of Louvain, Belgium. The EU Member States have joined together on the international stage to create a strong and influential bloc. This has allowed them to take a leadership position in many areas at the United Nations, including discussions on climate change. By voting and negotiating as one, the...
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New EU-Canada initiative gives youth a voice in digital policy-making

Imagine a digitally-literate society where online empathy is enforced, your digital footprint can be erased, and your voice is counted directly in political decision-making. These are some of the many policy recommendations of participants in “ Our Digital Future – c’est ICI,” a new political engagement initiative bringing youth (18-30 years of...
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Alina Sayfutdinova )PhD candidate) works on relations between the European Union and the Russian Federation

Alina Sayfutdinova is a PhD student in the Department of Political Science at Carleton University. Russia and the EU have a complex relationship outlines by several mutual interests as well as ideological contrast. While they are prevented from formulating an official alliance due to these differences, the EU relies on Russia for energy...
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