Explainers

Professor Hussein Kassim
The EU: institutions explained

The EU institutions: what are they? The EU system enables member states to work together in pursuit…

Professor Hussein Kassim 19 May 2016
Professor Damian Chalmers
The Court of Justice

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) is the European Union’s court.  It is a…

Professor Damian Chalmers 18 May 2016
Dr Paul Stephenson
The EU’s anti-fraud apparatus

The EU’s annual budget is roughly €140 billion (£110 billion), representing just over 1% of the total…

Dr Paul Stephenson 18 May 2016
Various
Brexit and a British Bill of Rights: four scenarios for human rights

Theresa May recently raised the option of the UK staying within the EU, but leaving the European…

Various 17 May 2016
Professor Hussein Kassim
The European Commission

What is the European Commission, and why was it created? When people talk about ‘Brussels’ or ‘Eurocrats’,…

Professor Hussein Kassim 4 May 2016
Dr N. Piers Ludlow
The history of the EU: the European name game

One of the confusing aspects of the European integration process has been the constantly evolving names of…

Dr N. Piers Ludlow 20 April 2016
Professor Iain Begg
Macroeconomic surveillance and coordination

What is it and why are constraints on national economic policy-making needed? When countries become closely integrated…

Professor Iain Begg 19 April 2016
Dr Katie Boyle
What are the consequences for human rights if we change our relationship with the EU?

Europe consists of two separate legal systems, each of which has a separate human rights framework: the…

Dr Katie Boyle 13 April 2016

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