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The Scottish Centre on European Relations, in partnership with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and the University of Glasgow, is pleased to invite you to its upcoming event:
Future of Europe: Scottish and German Strategies and Interests
Doors open from 5.00pmReception to follow
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Prof Michael KeatingDirector · Centre on Constitutional Change
Dr Kirsty HughesDirector · Scottish Centre on...
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The Scottish Centre on European Relations and the Edinburgh Europa Institute, in partnership with the European Commission Office in Scotland, are pleased to invite you to their upcoming event:
The UK, EU and Brexit: Where and What Next?
Reception from 6.00pmEvent begins at 6.30pm
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Dr Kirsty HughesDirector · Scottish Centre on European RelationsIain MacwhirterPolitical Columnist · The...
The Scottish Centre on European Relations, in partnership with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation UK and Ireland, is pleased to invite you to its upcoming event:
Brexit and the Countdown to Deal or No-Deal: German and Scottish Views
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Prof Günter Krings MdBParliamentary State Secretary at the German Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community...
The Scottish Centre on European Relations, University of the Highlands and Islands and the European Commission Office in Scotland are pleased to invite you to their upcoming event:
Brexit – Scotland, the UK and EU27: Key Issues
Doors open and refreshments from 5pmEvent begins at 5.30pm
Opening Statement by Video from Michael Russell MSPMinister for UK Negotiations on Scotland’s Place in...
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Michael Russell MSP
The Scottish Centre on European Relations and the European Commission Office in Scotland are pleased to invite you to their upcoming event:
Brexit – Scotland, the UK and EU27: Key Issues
Doors open and refreshments from 5.30pmEvent begins at 6pm
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Prof Claire WallaceProfessor of Sociology · University of Aberdeen
Liam SmythDeputy Chief Executive · Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce...
COMMENT The Renewed French-German Partnership Pierre Vimont | 27 June 2017 © 2017 European UnionThe German-French tandem is back at centre-stage in Europe. In the midst of the suddenly overwhelming wave of optimism flowing across the European Union, all eyes are set on the German and French leaders to show the way to a rejuvenated Europe.There is no real surprise in this traditional...
POLICY NOTE | As Brexit talks start, the UK government must turn its attention to the immense challenges Brexit poses – despite the ongoing uncertainty over the stability of the minority government post-election. One of the most pressing issues is that...MoreThe post Scottish and UK Immigration Policy after Brexit: Evaluating Options for a Differentiated Approach appeared first on...
COMMENT | Access to clean and affordable energy are vital components of any modern society. Despite this, little attention was given to the implications of Brexit for energy during the referendum campaign. With negotiations now under way, the UK...MoreThe post Energy and Climate Change Challenges in the Brexit Talks appeared first on Scottish Centre on European Relations.
PUBLIC EVENT 13 July 2017 Multi-speed Europe: Opportunities and Challenges as the EU27 Move Ahead Date: Thursday 13 July 2017Time: 14:00-15:30Location: Randolph Hall (A10) | University Avenue, Glasgow G12 8QQ Register for this Event Multi-speed Europe: Opportunities and Challenges as the EU27 Move AheadDr Kirsty Hughes Director · Scottish Centre on European RelationsProf John Erik Fossum...
COMMENT | Like elsewhere in the world, the shock outcome of the UK elections last week was front page news in India’s English dailies. It attracted considerable editorial comment as well. Beyond that, there was little interest in what the election result...MoreThe post The UK in India’s Eyes: A Fading Interest Post-Brexit appeared first on Scottish Centre on European Relations.
COMMENT | The UK’s chaotic political crisis continues. Next week we will be treated to the spectacle of Brexit talks starting – despite continuing confusion over what sort of Brexit the UK wants. And despite the fact that it will be almost impossible for the...MoreThe post Reverse Brexit: Could Scotland Ignite a UK Debate? appeared first on Scottish Centre on European Relations.
COMMENT | Hung parliaments always seem to come as a surprise to the British electorate. Even when it seemed a fairly likely outcome, given the polls and political situation in 2010, few really seemed to believe that it would actually happen...MoreThe post Why Political Uncertainty Might Become the Norm appeared first on Scottish Centre on European Relations.
COMMENT | Superficially, it might be thought that court procedure – civil or criminal – has no EU-law dimension. In fact there are EU foundations, which have thus far had little attention in discussions about the shape of post-Brexit arrangements...MoreThe post Why Court Procedure is a Brexit Planning Priority appeared first on Scottish Centre on European Relations.
POLICY PAPER | The Brexit talks are due to start on Monday 19 June. Under Article 50, an exit deal must be agreed and ratified before 30 March 2019, otherwise the UK will simply be deemed to have left the EU...MoreThe post The Brexit Timetable: Key Questions and Challenges for the UK and Scotland appeared first on Scottish Centre on European Relations.
COMMENT | As post-election political chaos deepens in the UK, many voices can be heard saying a soft Brexit is now in prospect. Jeremy Corbyn wants a jobs-first Brexit, a ‘good deal’ and says the Great Repeal bill is history...MoreThe post Soft, Hard, Jobs, Open Brexit? A reality check appeared first on Scottish Centre on European Relations.
COMMENT | British politics has continued its recent sensational quality with an extraordinary general election result. In defiance of most expectations, the Conservatives have lost their already small majority and...MoreThe post Five Takeaways for Brexit from the General Election appeared first on Scottish Centre on European Relations.
COMMENT | Brussels hasn’t had many reasons to rejoice in recent years, but there was jubilation over the outcome of Theresa May’s snap election. She called it with the aim of winning a nationwide mandate to negotiate a ‘hard Brexit’ from the EU, and to...MoreThe post Brussels Jubilant at UK Election Result appeared first on Scottish Centre on European Relations.
COMMENT | The election result has delivered a hung parliament with a wafer-thin majority that will struggle to get legislation through on Brexit or any other policy issue. Theresa May is so weakened at home – and ahead of EU Brexit talks due to start on...MoreThe post Brexit Chaos: What Next? appeared first on Scottish Centre on European Relations.
COMMENT | Some polls suggest the UK could face a hung parliament on Friday morning. Would smaller parties, including the SNP, Lib Dems, SDLP and Greens, then have a chance to ensure a soft Brexit...MoreThe post Brexit and a Hung Parliament: Damage Limitation or a Better Outcome? appeared first on Scottish Centre on European Relations.
POLICY PAPER | The Brexit talks are due to start on Monday 19 June. Under Article 50, an exit deal must be agreed and ratified before 30 March 2019, otherwise the UK will simply be deemed to have left the EU...MoreThe post The Brexit Timetable: Key Questions and Challenges for the UK and Scotland appeared first on Scottish Centre on European Relations.
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