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Bodies Unbound is an important project run by April Yee, Lena Chen and Elise Hanrahan about reckoning with Europe’s long history of policing the bodies of women of colour. As part of the Europe Lab with the EU-Russia Civil Society Forum, they are working to put together a performance documentary poetry that will bring to light European histories of…
 
Excitement is not usually a go to word when describing German politics, but this years federal elections elicit the usage of it. With Chancellor Angela Merkel standing down, there is a new change in german politics, whether people like it or not. Join us in todays episode where we discuss this change with Stephan Raab, based in Bavaria itself, and …
 
In this episode we take a very niche look at a part of Europe's neighbourhood policy not often talked about, but very relevant, education. As many of us at the Institute are students ourselves, we take a look with Michela and Stephan into some of the organisations and policies that the EU uses in the region, why, and what do they do?…
 
What can we learn from the future for today? In this episode we are talking with Prof. Roberto Poli, who is a professor for Future Studies at the University of Trento, about his experience with researching the future. We are also joined by Isabella Mavellia and Marisa De Schepper from Greener EU (https://www.greenereu.com/), an initiative for susta…
 
What is Grand Strategy and how can we manage Great Power competition in the 21st Century? These are all questions that we engage with today with Professor Sven Biscop through his upcoming Book on Grand Strategy in 10 words, a guide to Great Power Politics. As director of "Europe in the world" at the Egmont Institute for Foreign Affairs in Brussels,…
 
Today we talk with our new Chair of EU Asia Pacific Studies about a critical geopolitical issue dominating South-east Asia. On the 1st of February, Burmese Generals took control of the levers of power in Myanmar, and putting under house arrest the former civilian leader. With the state of emergency proposed to last a year, but with echoes of past m…
 
Join Stephan and Philippe with our first interview on the podcast with Maha Aziz, Author of Future World Order, a bestselling book all about Global Risk analysis and what the future has in store for us. Also famous for her educational cartoons, we discuss her thoughts for the future, the themes she explored in our book, and more! Do read our book r…
 
Today we talk with young leader Luca Arfini about one of his exciting new projects the Young Leader Voices. As a series of talks with young leaders across Europ, we share the desire to promote youth initiatives and ideas across the continent. Check out Luca's projects at https://www.young-leaders-voices.com/ and listen in for a preview of the proje…
 
The US elections are a pivotal election not just for Americans but for all of Greater Europe. Join us as we discuss what the election meant for Americans, for Europe, and for the wider international system upon Joe Biden's acension to the presidency. Join the Institute's Philippe and Jack, alongside speakers Maegan Cross and Anna-Liisa Merilinde fr…
 
Today marks one of our first tighly linked episode all on developments in the Balkans. Join Philippe Lefevre, Adam Kovac, Lorena Sekiraqa, and Ruxandra Seniuc as we discuss the trials and tribulations in many countries on the peninsula. Riots and protests abound in this episode as we take on the protests that erupted in Serbia and Bulgaria, and the…
 
Today we take a look at the various elections and referenda coming up over Russia and Eastern Europe. Join us as we look into the Polish and Belarusian Presidential elections and the ongoing saga with the Russian constitutional referendum. With thanks to Anatastia Vasileva, Nadezha Kamenkovic and Jakub Stepaniuk for joining us too!…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the Greater European Talks, the podcast from the Institute for a Greater Europe with Internationalism. Each week we take a unique perspective on an area of Greater Europe. Today we're discussing Russia and Eastern Europe. Joining us today is Philippe, the Chair of the Institute and Jamie, Russian and Eastern European…
 
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