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Experts on the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region gathered at the EUI last week for two key events. The Middle East Directions Programme conference and summer school examined the challenges facing the region and critically assessed policy responses. The summer school, organised in collaboration with the School of Transnational Governance, was ‘an opportunity to open up reflection on policy terms,' in the region, said Professor Dehousse. Read more.
The School of Transnational Governance (STG) will launch in September 2017. ‘It has strong support and resources from the High Council and the Erasmus + Programme,’ President of the European University Institute Renaud Dehousse told staff during a Town Hall meeting on 7 July. Professor Miguel Maduro, the school’s Director, set out his agenda for the centre at the same occasion. The school will create greater impact for the EUI’s research, he said. Find out more.
The Academy of European Law (AEL) summer schools have once again welcomed legal experts from around the world to study at the EUI. ‘Every year, the summer school here attracts a multinational, well-qualified group with a diverse range of perspectives,’ said Professor Nehal Bhuta. The European law summer school, held at Villa Salviati for the first time, runs until 14 July. Read more on EUI Life.
After a spate of recent terror attacks in European cities, security experts gathered at the EUI to discuss counter-terror strategies. New data revealed that the internet has a limited role in radicalization, whilst there is a growing connection between radicalisation and petty crime. Europol and European Commission counter-terror experts told the Schuman Centre event that EU member states need to share information better to prevent terror attacks. Read more in EUI Times.
edited by Thomas Beukers, Bruno De Witte and Claire Kilpatrick
This volume contains a comparative constitutional analysis of the impact of a range of euro-crisis law instruments on the EU and national constitutions. The authors cover contrasting assessments of the impact of euro-crisis law on national parliaments, criticism on the EU economic governance framework, views on what is needed to improve the multilevel system of economic governance, and insights into the nature of emergency discourse in the legislative arena and of the spillover from the political to the judicial sphere.
edited by Philippe Fargues and Nasra M. Shah
This volume advances existing knowledge about irregular migration to the Gulf. The authors focus on the role that legislation, policies and practices play in enabling and sustaining irregular, or undocumented, migration, using case studies from six GCC destination countries, and six sending countries. The volume also offers an overview of the conceptual dimensions underlying irregular migration and a framework for providing protection to irregular migrants.
edited by Anna Triandafyllidou
This volume offers a critical view of global governance studies from multidisciplinary perspectives, opening up a new area of inquiry hitherto neglected in sociological or cultural studies. Contributors question standard definitions of governance, and examine where alternative practices, institutions/networks, and concepts/norms of global governance are emerging in relation to emerging powers and regional integration systems.
edited by Anton Hemerijck
What does the backlash against fiscal austerity portend for social investment in the coming years? This volume surveys the emergence, diffusion, limits, merits, and politics of social investment in the 21st century welfare policy paradigm. One of the first studies of the welfare state in the new post-crisis context, the work engages leading scholars to revisit the normative foundations of social investment and the critiscisms leveled against it, in both theory and practice.