Tag Archives: EU

Creating knowledge post-Brexit

As the UK’s journey towards Brexit has reached the halfway point, the Guild is not the first network to state the importance of the free and easy movement of staff and students, and collaboration in research; nor should we be … Continue reading

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Brexit: Hidden Implications for Baltic Security

Political scientist Eoin Micheál McNamara discusses the implications of a possible British exit from the EU on Baltic security. Continue reading

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Russian Federation 2014: A Difficult Year Ahead?

Read what an expert network led by two UT political scientists predicts for Russia in 2014 with regard to its political, economic, and societal development. Continue reading

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Estonia and the Euro: A Wedding without Honeymoon

Raul Eamets, Professor of Macroeconomics at the University of Tartu, makes an analogy between last year’s remarkable step for the Estonian economy – the introduction of the euro – and getting married, while admitting the non-appearance of a much anticipated honeymoon, as the timing for the wedding was far from perfect. Continue reading

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