The EU in Crisis (2009-2019)

The Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) is a network of over 1300 researchers, whose mission is to promote research excellence and relevance in areas of European economics. Its blog, VoxEu, contains extensive analysis of, among other issues, the Eurozone crisis and its aftermath:

Social Europe provides a forum for debate and discussion on key political, economic and cultural issues in contemporary European integration, including the migrant crisis and the issue of populism:

In 2012, the EU was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. An overview of the prize announcement, award ceremony and speeches is available here:

Information on migration and home affairs policy in the EU, including information relevant to attempts to manage the migrant crisis, can be found on the Europa website, here:

Many humanitarian organisations and international NGOs have sections on their websites dedicated to the European migrant crisis. The relevant section on Médecins Sans Frontières’ website provides a useful overview:

The Taskforce for Relations with the United Kingdom has responsibility for managing the UK’s withdrawal and negotiating its future relationship with the EU:

Between 2016 and 2020, the Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU) was responsible for overseeing negotiations to leave the EU. Its archived website contains links to relevant documents:

The LSE Brexit Blog contains analysis on the process of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU from across a broad range of political and social scientific perspectives:

The European Commission monitors the evolution of public opinion in the member states. The Eurobarometer series of surveys, studies, and reports provides valuable information on a range of major EU policy areas.