Interview Christina Eckes 'Met het Oog op Morgen' on European Parliament elections
In the run up to the elections to the European Parliament this week, ACELG director Christina Eckes was interviewed by Dutch public Radio 1 late night show 'Met het Oog op Morgen.'
17 May 2019
Daniël Mügge and Liza Saris discuss European Democracy at Pakhuis de Zwijger on May 20.
On May 23 are the Elections for the European Parliament. Europe is from all of us, but who is representing the democracy in Brussel? May 20, in Pakhuis de Zwijger Daniël Mügge, Liza Saris, Sophie Bloemen and John ...
15 May 2019
BNR Nieuwsradio interview with Christina Eckes and Paul Tang on elections to European Parliament
Dutch MEP Paul Tang and Christina Eckes discuss the function, role and power of the European Parliament in an interview with BNR Nieuwsradio broadcast on 15 May 2019.
13 May 2019
Dutch have nuanced opinions on Europe
This year's European elections will be held on 23 May. How do the Dutch really feel about Europe? UvA research has revealed that Dutch people have reasonably nuanced opinions on this topic.
9 May 2019
Prof. Pinar Bilgin will be an ACES Visiting Scholar in June.
Prof. Pinar Bilgin, will visit the ACES theme group 'Europe in the World' in June, as a Visiting Scholar of the Amsterdam Centre for European Studies. During her visit, two events will be organised.
7 May 2019
NRC interview with Christina Eckes on elections to European Parliament
Dutch newspaper NRC published an interview with ACELG Director Christina Eckes in which she is talking about the (importance of) the elections to the European Parliament and about the power struggle between member ...
2 May 2019
Soft, Hard, or no Brexit: The Damage is Done
Regardless of the final Brexit outcome, the damage to the UK is done. In a paper published in the European Financial Review, Dr Niccolò Pisani (ACES affiliate Theme group Socio-Economic Challenges) and professor ...
18 Apr 2019
Brexit: the beginning of the end or the end of the beginning?
Brexit has been delayed till latest 31 October. Before that date the UK has to find consensus on the way forward. ‘Is this the beginning of the end, or the end of the beginning?’, wonders Brexit expert Jonathan Zeitlin.
15 Apr 2019
Virginie Mamadouh & Herman van der Wusten publish together their new Book: 'European Issues'.
ACES Affiliates recently published their newest book 'European Issues'. The book discusses different 'issues' within the EU which explain the story and the functioning of the EU.
10 Apr 2019
ACES invites Hungarian Philosopher Ágnes Heller
Join the guest lecture, 'The Future of Europe' by Ágnes Heller on Monday 15th of April from 16:00 till 18:00.
25 Mar 2019
Brexit…or not? Interview with Jonathan Zeitlin
EU leaders agreed to a short Brexit extension. Almost a million people marched the streets of London for a second vote on Brexit, and 5 million people have signed an online petition to cancel Brexit. Which ...
19 Mar 2019
Waltraud Schelkle is ACES Visiting Scholar from 15-24 April.
Dr. Waltraud Schelkle, Associate Professor in Political Economy at the European Institute of the London School for Economics and Political Science (LSE), will visit the department of Political Science between 15 - 25 ...
12 Mar 2019
New Book by Christina Eckes: EU Powers Under External Pressure
EU external actions have deep constitutional and institutional implications for EU law and practices. This becomes more and more relevant as the EU's external competences and actions continue to increase. Christina ...
25 Feb 2019
Critical questions about Dutch policy on combating terrorist financing
In the Netherlands, various actors work together intensively to combat terrorist financing. However, a new research report by researchers from the University of Amsterdam (UvA) concludes that this intensive ...
11 Dec 2018
New research shows EU citizens’ views on unemployment insurance
Are EU citizens ready to share the risk of unemployment crises hitting their countries? Certainly! A team of political scientists from the University of Amsterdam shows European citizens’ attitudes towards ...