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On Croatian Accession to the EU

by Tamara Ćapeta On 1 July 2013, after lengthy process of negotiation, Croatia becomes the 28th Member State of the European Union. With the exception of Turkey, Croatian path to the EU was the longest one. Formal request for membership … Continue reading

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Where is Turkey Headed? (Part 2)

CES Faculty Associate, Fatma Müge Göçek, recently returned from Turkey. She shares her insights on Turkey and Taksim Gezi Park protests in the following piece, which is a third of the three-part series. How could the Gezi syndrome (discussed in Where is … Continue reading

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Where is Turkey Headed? (Part 1)

CES Faculty Associate, Fatma Müge Göçek, recently returned from Turkey. She shares her insights on Turkey and Taksim Gezi Park protests in the following piece, which is second in a three part series. I wanted to share with you my thoughts on … Continue reading

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CES End of Semester Luncheon: What does the European crisis mean for European Studies?

There has been, of course, no single “European Crisis” in the past several years.  The banking crisis that spread from the United States to Europe in 2008, and the sovereign debt crises that spread from Greece to Portugal and Italy … Continue reading

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Conversations on Europe

Join the Center for European Studies for a new season of the Conversations on Europe lecture series.  The series has been in existence for 12 years and still continues to be a success thanks to visitors, diplomats, public intelectuals, scholars, writers, and musicians. See … Continue reading

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Looking back at CES year

With the academic year behind us, things have slowed down somewhat at CES, and this is an opportunity to look back at the year that was. CES would like to invite you to visit our Facebook  Page, YouTube Channel, and iTunesU … Continue reading

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CNBC Guest Blog: “Europe’s Last Chance to Get it Right.” By Michael Barr and Daniel Halberstam.

Shared from CNBC Guest Blog. Published Thursday, Dec 8, 2011. Post by Michael S. Barr and Daniel Halberstam. Professors, University of Michigan Law School. http://www.cnbc.com/id/45597311

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Hello CES Community!

Welcome to Eyes on Europe – where members of the CES community blog responses to current events, write about their research and interact with others. Please join us for the CES End of Semester Luncheon on Monday, December 5th at 12 noon, … Continue reading

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