Decentring the analysis of European foreign policy (3/9): Temporal decentring

History matters. As Charles Tilly rightly explains: ‘every significant political phenomenon lives in history and requires historically grounded analysis for its explanation’. This brings us

Decentring the analysis of European foreign policy (4/9): Spatial decentring

Space is perhaps the most obvious and straightforward decentring category. It refers to the basic geographic features of a region, country, society or polity. These

Karins: Don’t fight the Populists // Future of Europe Speech, April 2019

Don’t fight the populists, but try to understand why are people listening to the populists, why are people unhappy. Dear President Tajani, dear President Juncker,