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R. Daniel Kelemen
Professor of Political Science and Law, and Jean Monnet Chair in European Union Politics
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R. Daniel Kelemen 12h
It is always wise to listen to 👇
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R. Daniel Kelemen 13h
Replying to @SeanTaig @PietEeckhout
He doesn’t know what mutual recognition is/ how it works in EU, and he wants cakeism re services
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R. Daniel Kelemen 18h
🤣🤣🤣🤣 Clueless.
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R. Daniel Kelemen 18h
That is not assumed here. Look again at the 2nd chart
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R. Daniel Kelemen 18h
Crux of the vote in two diagrams courtesy of . 👇
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R. Daniel Kelemen 19h
🔥🔥🔥🔥 Always a pleasure to read my friend dismantling the lies spouted by authoritarian propagandists
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Laurent Pech 21h
Finally... I guess & were left deeply unimpressed with latest instance of tin foil hat public rant from Hungarian gov spokesperson during this week's hearing cc
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Uwe Puetter Dec 6
My former colleague Laszlo Bruszt wrote this piece about the EU and CEU as university in exile. Highly recommended! Refs to
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Thorsten Benner Dec 13
Replying to @thorstenbenner
Thank you for providing full transcript. Mine was rushed shortened translation. There is slightly more finesse but mention of declaring German cars unsafe with „will have consequences“ & „won‘t just stand by“ constitutes very blunt threat.
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Thorsten Benner Dec 13
Replying to @thorstenbenner
Very helpful demonstration effect for German discussion. Makes it clear that move to protect critical infrastructure will have costs. But that we need to be willing to bear these costs now rather than handing party state more leverage that it will use in crude ways to coerce.
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R. Daniel Kelemen Dec 13
A big battle is coming. I expect will do everything possible to block any second referendum in Scotland for his entire term. Question is, how will Scotland react to that?
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R. Daniel Kelemen Dec 13
In UK they like imports as they don’t make much there. They like German cars, French wine, the occasional orange etc etc.
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John Morijn Dec 13
-> interview. I explain the bottomline (“liberal” & “democracy”’s indivisibility), mention ’s EU “authoritarian equilibrium” (EU law nurtures, rather than eliminates populism) & underline that the EU’s should stop PiS harassing
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R. Daniel Kelemen Dec 13
Paul- you may be right re effect, but Mareike is right re what was promised by Tories on econ. They didn’t offer protectionism. They promised more trade (Global Britain) & maintaining London as global financial center. Total nonsense of course but that is what they were promising
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R. Daniel Kelemen Dec 13
Eucludian preferences👇
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R. Daniel Kelemen Dec 13
I think one thing we can be sure of is that Johnson won’t feel bound by any promises he has made
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R. Daniel Kelemen Dec 12
Replying to @BorderIrish
Do you do sea borders ?
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R. Daniel Kelemen Dec 12
Replying to @pmdfoster
And he has already shown willingness to cave in to EU when faced with tough choices- for instance by agreeing to border in Irish Sea which May had said no UK PM could ever agree to
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David Allen Green Dec 12
Well If the exit poll is correct then it cannot be said, after three-and-a-half years of Brexit chaos and calamity in plain sight, that voters could not have known what they were voting for This will not be the Brexit we need or want But it will now be the Brexit we deserve
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