Listeners to Lembit Opik’s programme on Radio Kent heard a discussion on the consequences of ‘Brexit’ earlier this month as CEFEUS Director Dr Amelia Hadfield appeared on the show alongside Sir Roger Gale, Conservative MP for North Thanet and Henry Bolton, UKIP’s candidate for Kent Police and Crime Commissioner.
By Liza Kummrow, PhD Candidate in Politics and IR at CCCU
By Bill Jamieson, CEFEUS Visiting Lecturer
By Dr André Barrinha, Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations
Last Friday (26th February) the Politics and International Relations Programme and the Centre for European Studies (CEFEUS) hosted a student-organised debate on Britain’s relationship with Europe, an issue made all the more timely by the recent announcement by the prime minister of an in/out referendum this June.
On Thursday February 25th the Centre for European Studies (CEFEUS) took part in its first ‘Virtual Research Seminar’ with colleagues from universities around the world.
By Luke Overton, 2nd year student of Politics and International Relations
The House of Lords’ European Union Committee has recently published its report, entitled Europe in the world: Towards a more effective EU foreign and security strategy.