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March 28: Turnout in the European elections 2014 – implications for 2019

At the seminar, the voter turnout of the elections in 2014 will be discussed and used as a basis to make some predictions about the turnout of the elections in May.

Hermann Schmitt and Sebastian Adrian Popa, leading researchers at the University of Mannheim, will present their findings and Sofie Blombäck, lecturer in Political Science at the Mid-Sweden University, will give a Swedish perspective on the issues. Björn Kjellström, European Parliament, will comment in the light of the European Parliament campaign This time I’m voting.

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March 8: Banking Union from a Nordic-Baltic Perspective

At this seminar in Stockholm, renowned experts and policymakers discussed the banking union from a Nordic-Baltic perspective. 


Who leads the EU?

On January 30, Almut Möller gave a talk on the topic "Who leads the EU?"

Almut Möller is Head of the Berlin office together with Joseph Janning, and Senior Policy Fellow at the European Council on Foreign Affairs. Before joining ECFR she led the Europe programme at the German Council on Foreign Relations, and she has published widely on European affairs, foreign and security policy, and Germany's role in the EU.

This seminar was part of a series coorganized by the Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies (SIEPS) and the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI).

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Almut Möller

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