Publications from FES London

Katsioulis, Christos

Prinzip Hoffnung

Labour vor den britischen Wahlen 2019
Berlin, 2019

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Bueltmann, Tanja

Endangered rights

The impact of Brexit on EU citizens
Berlin, 2018

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Harrop, Andrew

Labour's Brexit dilemma

Andrew Harrop. - Berlin : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Western Europe
Berlin, 2017

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Ewing, Keith D.

What will happen to workers' rights after Brexit?

Keith D. Ewing. - Berlin : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Western Europe
Berlin, 2017

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Katwala, Sunder

The Brexit negotiations

What do the British want?
Berlin, 2017

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Reidy, Theresa

The Irish General Election of 2016

winners, losers and policy implications
Berlin, 2016

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From hybrid peace to human security: rethinking EU strategy towards conflict

London, 2016

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Storck, Ulrich

Welche Wahl hat Großbritannien?

Unser Nachbar steht vor bedeutenden Zukunftsfragen - seine politische Entscheidungsfähigkeit ist ungewiss
Berlin, 2015

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Plan B for youth

London, 2013

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Cox, Joe

Plan B - what Britain can learn from the German economic recovery

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