Read our December Edition
The December edition focused on the theme of climate change with articles ranging from green competition to gender equality in climate change. Other articles look at everything from EU legal autonomy to human trafficking. There is something to suit every interest!
Catch up on our previous editions here
Read Myriam Marino’s article that discusses the EU’s position in the Western Balkans and what it means for its integration into the EU.
Because of a lack of a joint EU response to migration, the EU states bordering Belarus are left to fend off the crisis by themselves, with pushbacks. Are these pushbacks contravening international law? Read Gregory Lens’ analysis.
After the election of Lukashenko, Despite the political rhetoric of Problems in moving goods from GB to Northern Ireland have mounted since Brexit. The EU Commission proposed a different model for the implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol. Will the UK take it? Read Robin Vandendriessche’s analysis
European Studies Review is a peer-reviewed journal which involves students and recent graduates in publishing opinion pieces and research articles regarding European affairs. Run by students and recent graduates, European Studies Review is composed of a team of enthusiastic and passionate young people across Europe.