Nicholas Thorpe

 

Thorpe

Nickolas Thorpe (Upnor, England 1960) has lived in Budapest since 1986,reporting on east-central Europe and the Balkans for the BBC,Independent, Guardian and Observer newspapers. Since 1996 he has been the BBC Central Europe correspondent. His book '89 The Unfinished Revolution - Power and Powerlessness in eastern Europe' was published by Reportage Press in London in November 2009. His new book, Danube will be published by Yale University Press in September 2013.

 

 

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How to Measure and Compare Immigration Policies

How to Measure and Compare Immigration Policies

Description
The EUDO Conversation with Marc Helbling (WZB Berlin Social Science Center) on How to Measure and Compare Immigration Policies will take place at EUI (Sala del Capitolo) on May 5 at 11 am.
Date:
11/04/2014
Pademia Award Calls

Pademia Award Calls

Description
Pademia has issued three calls for applications for a Research Award, a Teaching Award and a Student Paper Prize. Deadline for applications: May First
Date:
04/04/2014
Politics of franchise, politics of referenda

Politics of franchise, politics of referenda

Description
As the world is watching how Russia is using the Crimean referendum as politics by other means, the Bulgarian politicians have recently discovered how to use referenda to deal blows at each other too. Read the EUDO Café contribution by Vesco Paskalev
Date:
26/03/2014