Articles on Susi Dennison

Seven worrying trends in the European refugee crisis (Commentary)

Susi Dennison - 13 October 2016

EU leaders could soon come to regret having crossed their fingers and moved the refugee crisis off the urgent pile in their in-tray

The UK government's Brexit strategy: What we know so far (Commentary)

Susi Dennison - 06 September 2016

Theresa May seems to be looking for a compromise around freedom of movement in order to retain access to the Single Market.

Brexit and Europe's new insurgent parties (Commentary)

Susi Dennison - 24 June 2016

As the political earthquake caused by the UKIP-orchestrated British leave vote reverberates across the EU, the full force of European anti-establishment parties is hitting home.

Reforming the Common European Asylum System (Commentary)

Susi Dennison - 17 May 2016

The political crisis surrounding the handling of refugee inflows in the EU has now reached a stage where there is too much bad blood for a “more of the same” approach to have much hope of working.

Bear any burden, and Paying the price (Commentary)

Susi Dennison & Sebastian Dullien & Josef Janning - 28 April 2016

The EU should broaden the scope of what is expected of member states on burden sharing on refugee crisis, within more formalised, intergovernmental co-operation according to two papers from ECFR

View from London: Ammunition for 'Out' (Commentary)

Susi Dennison - 05 April 2016

The terrorist attacks in Brussels were immediately picked up by the 'Out' campaign, but the government is promising European cooperation

View from London: A victory for British logic (Commentary)

Susi Dennison - 16 March 2016

The new focus on outsourcing and readmission may tick the boxes needed for London to strengthen its involvement

View from London: Eurosceptics on the up (Commentary)

Susi Dennison - 18 January 2016

Cologne attacks embolden UK's eurosceptic forces ahead of British EU referendum

View from London: Leading on foreign responses (Commentary)

Susi Dennison - 04 December 2015

London has steered clear of internal EU divisions over burden sharing, but is willing to engage externally on refugee crisis