Creating political heroes over 150 years

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Lucy Riall - credit Francesco Filangeri

After nearly 20 years at Birkbeck, University of London, Professor Lucy Riall moved to the EUI in September 2012. A specialist in Italian and modern European history, she deciphers the country’s present-day politics from its founding 150 years ago

From Mexican human rights practice to PhD

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Dorothy Estrada-Tanck

After years working on human rights in Mexico, for the government and UN, Dorothy Estrada-Tanck decided to relocate to the EUI to pen a law thesis which would inform both practitioners and academics

Inside the WTO

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Janos Volkai

Since completing his PhD in law at the EUI, Janos Volkai has spent more than a decade at the World Trade Organization

The path to the president

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Alexandre Stutzmann

The chief diplomatic advisor to the president of the European Parliament, Alexandre Stutzmann, talks to EUI Times about how four years at the Institute prepared him for his frantic schedule working with Martin Schulz

The international approach to history

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Bartolomé Yun-Casalilla

In September Bartolomé Yun-Casalilla completed his term as head of the EUI’s Department of History and Civilisation. He here reflects on his three years in the post and six more as professor

The darker side of European identity

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After three years of his history PhD at the EUI, Bart Luttikhuis has uncovered a definition of European that is far from the beacon of integration celebrated today