Find a selection of media appearances of ACES affiliates below.
Sarah de Lange discussed European Populism at De Balie. Listen here
Claes de Vreese, BBC, 'Corona Virus: Why Dutch lockdown may be high-risk strategy.' By Anna Holligan 5 April 2020
In this article BBC's Anna Holligan explores the different perspectives on the Dutch lockdown strategy. Claes de Vreese responses on the questions about the Dutch attitude and communication towards the Corona Virus.
Anniek de Ruijter:
In this article, the three researchers explain the likely negative consequences Brexit might have on British society in case of widespread infectious diseases, pandemics and other mass health crises, because the UK will no longer be able to rely on the EU’s joint response mechanisms, such as bulk buying medicines and vaccines. The researchers also explain possible alternatives for the UK to mitigate these consequences of Brexit.
In this radio roundtable, ACELG researcher Anniek de Ruijter joins Dutch MEP Jan Huitema and EU Commission spokesperson Stefan De Keersmaecker to discuss the role of the European Union in dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic and other international threats to public health.
Finnish public broadcaster YLE interviewed Jonathan Zeitlin about the move of financial services to Amsterdam after Brexit.
The faculty of Social and Behavioural science did three interviews with Jonathan Zeitlin about the progress of Brexit. Read the three interviews here:
In this episode of the Visions of Europe lecture series, ACES invited EU-expert Anand Menon to discuss the future of UK-EU relations after Brexit.
In this lecture, Anand Menon briefly examines why the UK voted to leave the EU and why it has proved so difficult for the UK to actually exit the EU. He especially looked ahead: what are the social and economic prospects for the UK after Brexit, in the short and the longer-term, and what are the possible scenarios for future trade and regulatory relations with the EU?
The Visions of Europe lecture series brings prominent European policy makers and academics to Amsterdam to address urgent European and global issues.
In the run-up to the European Parliamentary elections, ACES Director Jonathan Zeitlin gave multiple interviews on the functioning of the EU, the European Parliament and reasons for people to vote or not.
Read one of the articles published by Het Eindhovens Dagblad here.
Following the European Parliamentary elections, ACELG director Christina Eckes was invited by the Dutch news programme 'NOS Nieuwsuur' to analyse the election results and their impact on the political dynamics within the EU in the coming years.
As the European elections get under way, let us avoid conspiratorial geopolitics. Focusing on sinister figures is politically debilitating, presuming a priori that these forces will determine the course of events.
Sunday, May 19 Prof. Political communication Claes de Vreese (ACES affiliate) and NRC Columnist Caroline de Gruyter (Member of the ACES Advisory Board) discussed the trust of the European voters in Europe and whether the public debate is overshadowed by the extremists.
Watch the debate here
Claes de Vreese was interviewed by Chris Keijne for Radio's Bureau Buitenland on the Danish political lanscape and how this compares to the Netherlands.