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In the Eye Of The Storm: Malta's EU Presidency - A Study Into a Small State Presidency of the Council Of The EU
The Institute for European Studies of the University of Malta invites resident and non-resident scholars and specialists to contribute to an analytical discussion of the main objectives and achievements of the Presidency, to be published in a peer-reviewed book at the end of 2017.  For further details/interviews please contact Dr Stefano Moncada – +356 23403095 │ 
The call for abstracts can be accessed from here.


Jean Monnet Chair Publications - 'An Evolving EU Engaging a Changing Mediterranean Region'


The Institute for European Studies is engaged in publishing Occasional Papers and Policy Briefs in relation to the Jean Monnet Chair theme 'An Envolving EU Engaging a Changing Mediterranean Region'. Such Occasional Papers and Policy Briefs, which are regularly updated with new and topical contributions from academics, can be accessed through the Jean Monnet Chair website, by clicking here.  


Publications by Prof. Roderick Pace

Prof. Roderick Pace's publications can be accessed by clicking here.


Publications from Previous Years

Papers presented at the Colloquium "The Politics and Economics of the Euro Crisis" held on 2 December 2011:

Moira Catania - Preventing another Euro Area Crisis: EU Economic Governance 'Six Pack' - a case of too little, too late?

Michael C. Bonello - The Euro: A Crisis of the Currency or a Failure of Politics?


Synopsis - Public Lecture by Prof. Michelle Pace

Can the European Union Feel? When Political Psychology Encounters Foreign Policy – public lecture by Professor Michelle Pace at the European Documentation Centre (hosted by the Institute for European Studies, University of Malta)

Joint Policy Study on migration
EuroMeSCo Joint Policy Study 4: Migrants and Refugees. Impact and Policies.  Case Studies of Jorda, Lebanon, Turkey and Greece

Article by Prof. Roderick Pace
EuroMeSCo Policy Brief 65: The Trust Fund for Africa: A Preliminary Assessment

Jean Monnet Occasional Paper Series no. 14
Governance in the EU Member States – Evidence from Three Global Indicators by Professor Lino Briguglio

Declaration of Authenticity
Please include the Declaration of Authenticity with every assignment you submit to the Institute for European Studies. The Declaration should be printed and filled-in at home, beforehand.

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Last Updated: 2 May 2017

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