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A Radical Democratic Lens to Rejuvenating European Union Democracy Support

Thinking about the Political with a Capital P

Nathan Vandeputte

In 2019, the European Union implemented democracy aid projects in 37 countries, totaling €147 million. This is an increase of about 28 percent compared to the year prior (EU 2019) and therefore could be seen as indicative of an increasing

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Cross-Border Cultural Cooperation in European Border Regions

Sites and Senses of ‘Place’ across the Irish Border

Giada Laganà and Timothy J. White

With the window of opportunity arising in the aftermath of the 1994 ceasefires, which instigated a move towards peace in Northern Ireland, the European Union (EU) created the PEACE programme funding. The package was overwhelmingly concentrated on

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Non-democracy tolerance

Venezuela in Mercosur and Hungary in the European Union

Tainá Siman

based on two major cases for Europe and Latin America: the case of Hungary in the European Union and the case of Venezuela in Mercosur. Democratic clauses in Mercosur and the case of Venezuela The new wave of regionalism ( Soderbaum, 2015 ) in

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Britain, Brexit and Euroscepticism

Anthropological Perspectives on Angry Politics, Technopopulism and the UK Referendum

Cris Shore

Commission to be the executive and he wanted the Council of Ministers to be the Senate. No, no, no. ( BBC 1990 ) Two years later Mrs Thatcher was forced to resign and was replaced by John Major. But the EU was changing. The 1993 Treaty on European Union

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Leadership for inclusiveness

Advancing gender equality in development

Bandana Rana, Tara Lipovina, Mónica Carrasco Gómez, and Perla O. Fragoso Lugo

. 83). These concepts—wealth, power, work, and time—are the defining themes of European Union gender equality strategies. After 12 years of compliance with the EU gender equality strategies, a small Candidate Country in the South-East of Europe

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Managing a Multiplicity of Interests

The Case of Irregular Migration from Libya

Melissa Phillips

-accelerated entry into the European Union. Since the 2011 revolution, Libya has been grappling with serious governance, economic, and security matters. Throughout this period there has been no reduction in irregular arrivals by sea, a marked increase in the number

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Refugees and Fish Fingers

How Visegrad Policymakers Used Emancipatory Narratives to Establish a ‘Right to Reject’

Lucia Najslova

immediately merged with West Germany, and in 1993, the same year that institutions created by West Europeans after 1945 adopted the name the European Union, Czechoslovakia became two states. The V3 changed its logo to V4, expanding its list of members

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‘Is Anthropology Legal?’

Anthropology and the EU General Data Protection Regulation

Cassandra Yuill

The recent introduction of the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25 May 2018 will no doubt have a range of implications for anthropological research and practice, but what will the extent of these implications be and

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Transit Migration in Niger

Stemming the Flows of Migrants, but at What Cost?

Sébastien Moretti

Introduction Confronted with the arrival of over one million migrants and refugees in Europe in 2015 alone, the European Union (EU) reacted by adopting increasingly restrictive measures, including the closure of borders into many European

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Between Holy Church and Holy Human Rights

Life Stories of the Romanian LGBTQ+ Community after 1989 until Romanian Accession to the European Union

Ioana Zamfir

different narratives. 3 Article 200 impeded Romania's accession to the European Union (EU) because both its application for membership and accession negotiations depended on Romania guaranteeing human rights to its sexual minorities. 4 The Romanian