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The European Heritage

19 January 2018

Much of my current research concerns issues around the European heritage. I am currently completing  a book, The European Heritage: a critical...


How do we know if the political and economic elites are in collusion?

19 January 2018

Eastern European countries have gone through a momentous period of transformation over the course of the past two and a half decades. Political and...


Seeking asylum in Europe: Delving into sexual orientation and gender identity asylum claims

19 January 2018

The European asylum policy has been a battle ground on many accounts for many years. The European Union (EU), in particular, introduced a Common...


Cabinets, Ministers and Gender

19 January 2018

Claire Annesley, Karen Beckwith and Susan Franceschet Joining the ranks of cabinet minister is often the pinnacle of a politician’s career....


Asa Briggs Visiting Fellowships Round 2: call for applications

20 November 2017

The second round of this prestigious scheme is now open. The Fellowships will enable internationally outstanding academics to visit Sussex.


Research paper looking at EU countries responses to Brexit is published

3 November 2017

The position of other countries in the EU will be key to determining the fate of whatever path is chosen for Brexit.


Extraterritoriality of EU law: A boon or a threat to human rights?

20 July 2017

Experts gathered at the School of Law, Politics and Sociology for a first of its kind exploration on the extraterritoriality of EU law.


Sussex experts say Brexit has had a limited impact on party Euroscepticism - but this may change

14 July 2017

Two academics from the School of Law, Politics and Sociology share findings on a prestigious ESRC-funded project.


Sussex feature in Women and Equalities Committee Brexit report

2 March 2017

Law, Politics and Sociology academics submitted their concerns to an inquiry into ensuring equality protection after the UK leaves the EU.


How Brexit will hit the economy

14 July 2016

By a narrow margin the UK has voted to leave the EU partly because  many people felt that recent global and European integration...


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