Unlock: Publications

Policy Brief

False moves: Migration and development aid

by Shoshana Fine & Susi Dennison & Richard Gowan - 08th October, 2019

Europe should not confuse development aid’s role in reducing forced migration with that of reducing migration more broadly

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Policy Brief

The instinctive multilateralist: Portugal and the politics of cooperation

by Susi Dennison and Lívia Franco - 02nd October, 2019

The Portuguese hope that the EU can help them tackle the challenges of globalisation: from climate change to cooperation on the impact of freedom of movement

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Policy Brief

Give the people what they want: Popular demand for a strong European foreign policy

by Susi Dennison - 10th September, 2019

European voters want to see the European Union come of age as a geopolitical actor and chart its own course

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Report

How to govern a fragmented EU: What Europeans said at the ballot box

by Susi Dennison, Mark Leonard, and Pawel Zerka
With Teresa Coratella, Josef Janning, Andrzej Mendel-Nykorowycz, and José Ignacio Torreblanca - 19th June, 2019

The results of the European election confront EU leaders with a considerable challenge: navigating a new, more fragmented, and polarised political environment

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Policy Brief

What Europeans really feel: The battle for the political system

by Susi Dennison, Mark Leonard, Adam Lury - 16th May, 2019

Support for membership of the European Union is currently high, but so too is pessimism about the future of the European project.

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Report

Kingmakers of the mainstream: predictions for the European Parliament election

by Kevin Cunningham, Simon Hix, and Michael Marsh, with Susi Dennison - 23rd April, 2019

The next European Parliament will be finely balanced between the left bloc of socialists and greens, the European People’s Party, and anti-European parties.

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Web Special

What Europeans really want: Five myths debunked

by Susi Dennison & Ivan Krastev & Mark Leonard - 16th April, 2019

New ECFR/YouGov research reveals huge fluidity in current voting intentions: 70 percent of Europeans certain to vote are yet to make their choice. Nearly 100m swing voters are up for grabs.