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The State of the Union Conference opened at the EUI's Villa Salviati on Thursday morning, 2 May. The Conference focused on 21th Century Democracy in Europe, and this year included the 'Spitzenkandidaten' Debate among the leading candidates for President of the European Commission. On Friday the conference moved to Florence's Palazzo Vecchio, while Saturday brought the annual open day organised at the Historical Archives of the European Union. Viewers may watch all conference sessions that were livestreamed and view the online photo gallery.
Edited by Marise Cremona and Joanne Scott
This book addresses the global reach of EU law across a range of policy areas. The authors argue that this reach shapes the EU's external identity and its relations with other legal regimes, both enabling and constraining the EU's external action. The volume is based on the eponymous specialised courses held during the Law of the European Union summer course at the Academy of European Law in July 2016.
edited by Martin Ruhs, Kristof Tamas and Joakim Palme
This book, available in open access, provides a unique combination of scholarly research and personal experience from a group of experts and specialists in migration and integration policies, as well as media studies and public opinion. Contributors to the volume explore the interplay between social science research, public debates, and policy-making in the area of international migration and integration.
edited by Nehal Bhuta
This interdisciplinary, comparative work examines the relationship between secularism, freedom of religion and human rights in legal, theoretical, historical and political perspective. It brings together chapters from leading scholars of human rights, law and religion, political theory, religious studies and history, and provides insights into the state of the debate about the relationship between these concepts.
by Silvia D'Amato
Recent attacks in Europe have raised many questions about the status of counterterrorism structures within European countries, revealing a wide range of practical as well as discursive security implications. This work provides an original contribution to the understanding of counterterrorism by asking how values, norms, and a shared sense of identity matter in policy dynamics.