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March 20, 2023
Capitalism at the roots ...Louise Knops co-writes in...
Recent climate activism has played a key role in denouncing the unsustain-ability of representative democracy. Previous research has investigated the attitudes of climate activists towards representative institutions along the con-ceptual distinction between ‘environmental’ and...Click to know more
March 01, 2023
Europe-Russie Chroniques d'une rupture annoncée : a book...
Laetitia Spetschinsky publishes the book "Europe-Russie Chroniques d'une rupture annoncée" by Presses universitaires de Louvain. Ces chroniques des débats européens sur la Russie et le voisinage oriental de l'Union débutent en octobre 2021 et parcourent douze mois...Click to know more
February 27, 2023
Valérie Rosoux shortlisted for the best 2022 article in...
In 2022, the journal International Affairs celebrated 100 years of publishing academically rigorous and policy-relevant research on International Relations. As the journal moves into its second century, it wanted to highlight those articles published in its 100th year that best embody...Click to know more
February 22, 2023
"The Politicization of the European Union From Processes...
Tha book "The Politicization of the European Union From Processes to Consequences" is in open access: https://library.oapen.org/handle/20.500.12657/59861, coedited by Anne-Marie Houde, Thomas Laloux, Morgan Le Corre Juratic, Heidi Mercenier, Damien Pennetreau and Alban...Click to know more
November 28, 2022
Julien Vrydagh wins the ECPR best article award 2022
The 2022 Best Paper Award is awarded to Julien Vrydagh (doctoral candidate, Vrije Universities Brussel and UCLouvain) for his paper “Managing expectations: what can and should we expect from deliberative mini publics?" The paper contributes to clarifying what...Click to know more