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Our theme ‘Europe in the World’ encompasses research and impact activities relating to the European Union and its institutions, EU policy-making and regulation as well as EU Foreign Policy and related questions of geopolitics. Furthermore, it covers research on the significance and impact of Brexit at international, national and local levels (with a particular focus on the UK and the Kent and Medway area). It also incorporates the research, impact and knowledge exchange activities of the Jean Monnet Centre for European Studies (CEFEUS).
Our Centre for European Studies (CEFEUS) hosts a number of activities in European Politics, based upon a three-fold mandate of teaching, training and outreach to foster progressive insights on EU integration, locally, nationally, and internationally.
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The EGG explores issues relating to energy security and governance, and holds termly workshops together with the Brussels-based Global Governance Institute.
Read more about the Energy and Governance Research Group
The UACES Collaborative Research Network (CRN) aims to forge an inter-disciplinary network of scholars working to examine the everyday politics of the EU and Europeanisation.
Read more about the UACES CRN: Europe and the Everyday
We publish the European Review of International Studies (ERIS) journal, in partnership with the CERI research centre at Sciences Po, Paris.
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This research considers the EU response to the challenges of Romani migration and integration in Europe, with particular focus on the Czech Republic.
Find out more about our minority politics research
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