In this article of Norsk Statsvitenskapelig Tidsskrift, Johan P. Olsen provides some critical reflections on the 200 years’ celebration of the Norwegian constitution, arguing that the anniversary has not been used to discuss which political order is desirable and possible today.
In this article of West European Politics, John R. Moodie examines the European Commission's use of experts and its response to external criticism and demands of reform.
In this report, Guri Rosén analyses how the European Parliament has gradually increased its influence in the field of EU foreign and security policy.
Asimina Michailidou contributes to a special issue of the International Political Science Review on euroscepticism. She examines EU constestation in mainstream online news media over time and across several member states.
I siste nummer av Statsvetenskaplig tidskrift skriver Johan P. Olsen om sammenhengen mellom politisk organisering og samfunnets kvalitet. Artikkelen etterfølges av kommentarer av syv svenske statsvitere.
A new book entitled The European Union's non-members: Independence under hegemony? asks whether states closely affiliated with the EU, but which have chosen not to be full members, experience effects on their legal and political self-governing capabilities.
Johan P. Olsen calls attention to how democracies search for, and struggle over, what are legitimate accountability regimes and political orders in this Governance article.
I siste utgave av Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift kaster Jarle Trondal og Anne Elizabeth Stie et kritisk blikk på Norges «aktive» europapolitikk og Solbergregjeringens opprettelse av en egen europaminister.
In this study, Åse Gornitzka and collaborators analyze the impact of the Tempus programme, a core neighborhood policy instrument of the EU to promote public management reforms, in the Western Balkans.
In a chapter of the new book Forming, Recruiting and Managing the Academic Profession, Tatiana Fumasoli and Gaële Goastellec investigate academic recruitment and its dynamics in Swiss higher education
In this Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy article, Cathrine Holst and Anders Molander discuss Jürgen Habermas's ideas on public reason and religion, asking: do religious citizens suffer an asymmetrical cognitive burden, and should they be compensated?
In a newly published article of European Journal of Political Research, Jarle Trondal, Zuzana Murdoch and Benny Geys assess the autonomy of national officials in the European Commission.
Christopher Lord and Benjamin Leruth have edited a special issue of the Journal of European Public Policy. In the introductory article they argue that the study of differentiation needs to move up the research agenda of European integration.
Benjamin Leruth, former guest researcher at ARENA, has published an article on opposition and support for integration in three Nordic countries in a special issue of the Journal of European Public Policy, of which he is also co-editor.