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Marianne Ailes discusses the lessons and ambitions of one of Europe's earliest attempts at political union.

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A summary of last month's EU referendum debate, The West Decides, by Prof Steven Greer, Law.

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Prof Gino Raymond analyses the EU referendum debate from a French perspective.

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On the eve of The West decides, hosted by the University of Bristol, a historical perspective on European union from Bradley Stephens (French).

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This blog has been reposted with permission from the Cabot Institute.  View the original blog post.

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A summary of the principal reasons for voting to leave the EU by Daniel Hannan, MEP, one of the four panellists at The West Decides to be held at the University of Bristol on 29 April.

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This piece, originally published by The Conversation, considers the relationship between the decline in the study of Modern Languages in the UK and the rise in Euroscepticism.

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This week's post, by Neville Morley, considers why the EU continues to matter to scholars of Ancient Europe and to the Arts and Humanities more generally. 

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The first post for March comes from Christophe Fricker who argues that Britain has never only ever been on the margins of the European project.

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The latest piece comes from Phil Syrpis, Reader of Law, and considers the chances of a legal challenge to the changes in the UK's relationship to the EU proposed by David Cameron.
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