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  • His days in the Netherlands seem numbered, but in Europe Rutte is actually powerful

    03-01-2023

    Prime Minister Rutte's position in Europe is quite strong," observes EU expert Mathieu Segers, professor of European History at Maastricht University.

  • Happy cows make a soft humming sound

    21-12-2022

    Bijzonder hoogleraar Taalcultuur Leonie Cornips ziet in ieder geval verregaande vormen van verbale en non-verbale communicatie tussen koeien onderling en de dieren en hun verzorgers.

  • Adam Dixon

    Who’s afraid of foreign funds?

    08-12-2022

    State-owned sovereign wealth funds (SWFs), like that of FIFA World Cup host nation Qatar, are major shareholders in Western industrial and cultural assets. Is that a cause for concern? FASoS’ Adam Dixon has some answers.

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    Sorting through democracy’s arsenal

    15-11-2022

    From polarisation, misinformation and populists at home to geopolitical pressure from abroad: European democracy is feeling the strain. In an effort to uphold and expand one of its core values, the EU is financing a research project on the promotion of democracy. Professor Giselle Bosse, an Eastern Europe expert at FASoS, leads the work package ‘Democratisation and economic modernisation in authoritarian and hybrid regimes.’

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    Sitting still in a hall? A classical concert can be different

    21-09-2022

    Sitting still in a hall? A classical concert can be different

  • A transnational eye-opener on Hungary

    09-08-2022

    A Global History of Hungary, 1869-2022 is a comprehensive book that presents the country as an open society interacting with other nations, mainly within Europe.

  • Mathieu Segers

    Mathieu Segers key advisor cabinet

    27-06-2022

    Mathieu Segers has been appointed member of the Scientific Council for Government Policy, an independent advisory body to the Dutch cabinet.

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    ‘Let's remember people for who they were’

    29-04-2022

    We often know no more about war victims than their date of death and the way they died. Amanda Kluveld, associate professor at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, is committed to discovering more. She gives a face to victims of war, particularly the Second World War. In archives, she recently came across a number of extraordinary letters dating from this period.

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