UCL student Sara Leal de Matos-Powell studied a transnational European party to understand what factors influenced its electoral success. Here’s what she discovered. Continue reading Pan-European Parties: What are they and what influences their domestic success?
Seán Hanley explains what’s at stake in the upcoming Czech parliamentary elections on 8-9 October. Continue reading Czech elections: despite the Pandora Papers Babiš will be hard to dislodge
Dr Julia Korosteleva, Associate Professor in Business Economics at UCL SSEES, unpacks the political unrest in Belarus following the recent elections, assessing whether the present situation can become a catalyst for change in a country that has seen 26 years of Lukashenko’s rule. Continue reading Belarusian History in the Making
Matt Goodwin, Senior Fellow at The UK in a Changing Europe, examines the impact that terrorist attacks can have on the political landscape of those countries concerned. In this post, he examines the potential impact the recent attacks and security threats in Paris and Brussels might have on voters in the UK. It has been a depressing week. The terrorist atrocities in Paris have renewed public … Continue reading What effect might terrorist atrocities in Paris have on UK’s EU referendum?