In the second part of this blog, we examine the ways through which Germany and France have adopted various strategies of refugee management.
Unpacking the ‘refugee crisis’ trope, we argue that refugees are unfairly blamed for social problems in their countries and cities of relocation.
Solidarity can be used as a discursive tool to promote the agendas of different actors and interests within the context of the Euro crisis.
The Fund does make normatively driven interventions in ideologically charged economic policy debates, but not always from the perspective imagined […]
Words are important for framing policy problems and also finding solutions. We need more devolution dialogues We would like to […]
Devolution deals are imperfect, but they are part of a hard process of reform that over the long run can […]
The practice of saving has been complexified, but the concept has until recently retained discursive significance as part of an […]
A new conversation about devolution that acknowledges the impact of austerity on city regions is urgently needed In October 2015, […]
The election will have profound consequences for Brexit, in a transformed political climate where the initiative has been handed to […]
The Corbyn ‘surge’ denied the May government the majority it took for granted – but the implication that austerity in […]