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Vlogs, blogs and podcasts

Stay in tune with UK-Europe current affairs by exploring our collection of vlogs, blogs and podcasts. Our expertise on European integration to UK defence brings you well-rounded, meaningful discussions and debates.

Bridge to Brussels vlogs

We will be discussing various topics arising from Brussels and the EU around British politics, security and society, as well as what's developing in the UK that could affect the EU.


Episode 13

Professor Daniele Albertazzi talks to Professor Daphne Halikiopoulou about the factors driving far-right success in Europe and her current projects of research.

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Episode 12

Professor Amelia Hadfield talks to Professor Daniele Albertazzi about the special issue of Politics and Governance he has recently co-edited with Stijn van Kessel: “Right wing populist party organisation across Europe: the survival of the mass party?" 

Episode 11

Professor Daniele Albertazzi interviews Martyn Bond about his biography of Count Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, entitled: Hitler’s Cosmopolitan Bastard. This is the first biography in English of this strong supporter of the idea of a united Europe. 

The Brexit Club

In the Brexit Club, Dr Simon Usherwood will be taking us through the latest Brexit news, what it means and what's on the horizon.


Our podcasts bring together our staff's expertise with external insights, discussing both political and analytical issues.

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Dr Theofanis Exadaktylos discusses the role of street-level bureaucrats in policy implementation, especially at a t… https://t.co/mry2xOQlym
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