Fostering Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogues

Matt James gives a keynote on “The Politics of Reconciliation and Hatred in Canadian Memory Controversies”

January 19, 2022/by Beate Schmidtke

Happy holidays from the EuropeanMemoryPolitics team

December 18, 2021/by Beate Schmidtke

The last ones: Serbian and Russian prisoners on the Alpine front, by Marco Abram

November 30, 2021/by Fazila Mat

Jean Monnet Network “European Memory Politics” – Workshop in Hamburg

October 30, 2021/by Beate Schmidtke

Bridging Democracy’s Chasm, by Laurence Claussen

September 6, 2021/by Laurence Claussen

Reflecting on EUCAnet’s Busy Year 2019-2020, by Beate Schmidtke

January 1, 2021/by Christian Tautphaeus

The EU’s Legal Action Against the United Kingdom, by Oliver Schmidtke

October 1, 2020/by Christian Tautphaeus

The EU in 2020: From Politics to Geopolitics and Back, by Frédéric Mérand

September 13, 2020/by Laurence Claussen

A Certain Distance from Russia: New Conditions for Transnistria, by Piotr Oleksy

August 26, 2020/by Fazila Mat

Media in Turkey: A Testing Ground of Censorship and Control, by Fazila Mat and Sofia Verza

August 12, 2020/by Beate Schmidtke

Accountability and Transparency for all Europeans: Covid-19 & the MMF 2021-27, by Helga Hallgrimsdottir and Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly

August 7, 2020/by Christian Tautphaeus

That Other Disruption: Brexit and EU Citizenship, by Willem Maas

August 6, 2020/by Christian Tautphaeus

Moldovan Dilemmas, by Piotr Oleksy

July 29, 2020/by Fazila Mat

How COVID-19 Is Eroding Civil Liberties and Damaging Society, by Javier Dichupa

May 29, 2020/by Beate Schmidtke

What the European Responses to COVID-19 Say About Integration, by Alina Sobolik

May 29, 2020/by Beate Schmidtke

Can COVID-19 Be Taken as An Opportunity to Improve our Policies?, by Ethan Quilty

May 29, 2020/by Fazila Mat