Recent highlights

Migration and the future of Britain in Europe

On Wednesday evening 28 February, a committed audience braved blizzards to join EUI President Renaud Dehousse in a discussion about migration and the future of Britain in Europe at the Academy of Social Sciences in London. The event, which was coordinated by the Migration Policy Centre (MPC), brought an audience of EUI alumni and migration  […]

László Andor explores the myths of migration

The free movement of people is under more scrutiny than ever before. After a long economic downturn and a surge in support for anti-immigration parties across Europe, migration has found itself at the very top of the political agenda.

Is Ireland out of the woods?

“The Irish are a pragmatic people. We understand that the morning after the party, there is a bill to be paid,”

Is the EU doomed?

The European Union is suffering a crisis of cohesion, trust and imagination

Learning the lessons from transnational bombing

Experiences of aerial bombardment were extremely similar across nations during the Second World War despite perceptions of fanatical uncaring leadership by the Japanese, according to Sheldon Govon of Princeton University speaking at the EUI

Predicting a riot

Access to alcohol may be factor in US college campus riots, but its not the only factor

The future of human rights

The scope of human rights needs to be re-conceptualised with an eye to future generations, argue human rights experts at the EUI