Eleonora Poli

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Eleonora Poli

Eleonora Poli is a Researcher at Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI), Italy, and a Research Fellow at the City Political Economy Research Centre (CityPerc), UK. Her research focuses on the broad political, economic and institutional implications of the eurozone crisis and of EU-Asia relations. She holds a PhD in International Political Economy from City University London.

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How Juncker set the stage: the future of Monetary Union

With a number of “I have a dream” proposals, focusing on issues ranging from social rights to the EU decision-making processes, Jean-Claude Juncker’s State of the Union speech - on September 13 - envisioned a stronger, more united and democratic EU, able to dare more and become a truly global actor...

Il Regno Unito alla ricerca di un nuovo equilibrio

All’indomani delle elezioni britanniche, i Conservatori si ritrovano a dirigere un paese che sembra ben lontano dall’essere “strong and stable”, forte e stabile, come recitava il ritornello elettorale del Primo Ministro Theresa May...

The Rome Declaration and the future of the EU: the dream of few, the hope of none?

The Rome Declaration, signed by 27 European leaders on March 25, 2017, is certainly not only the result of a 60-year long diplomatic journey, but also the outcome of tight negotiations among member countries on how to imagine the future of the EU...

The unsustainable complexity of Brexit

The victory of Donald Trump in the US presidential election is certainly, even if provisionally, overshadowing the Brexit issue. Yet, considering the support expressed by Trump for Brexit, the new US political leadership might well add a new level of complexity to an already intricate exit process...

La Brexit e il gioco a somma zero della politica britannica

Più di un mese dopo la decisione dei cittadini britannici di uscire dall’Unione Europea, e con un sistema politico stabile quanto un castello di carte, il Regno Unito non è mai apparso più disunito...

L’integrazione bloccata e i referendum difficili

Il 2015 è stato un anno turbolento per l'integrazione europea. Tra i tanti avvenimenti, c’è il ritorno al centro dell'attenzione di uno strumento democratico tanto importante quanto poco controllabile dai protagonisti dell'arena politica: il referendum. Negli stati dell'UE se ne sono svolti, ne sono stati annunciati, ne sono richiesti davvero in gran numero...

Movements for local autonomy: from fringe to center stage

The rise of localism, or the excessive devotion to and promotion of the interests of a particular region, is certainly a global phenomenon...

The “in-out” referendum: a double-edged sword for UK and the EU stability

The newly formed Tory government owes part of its legitimacy to the campaign for the “in-out” referendum on Britain’s membership in the European Union...