In October 2020, “European Regions – Perspectives, Trends and Developments in the 21st Century” edited by Elisabeth Donat, Sarah Meyer and Gabriele Abels was published. In the following review, Sara Kikić summarizes scope and contributions of the volume.
About Sara Kikic
Sara Kikić (MA) works as an Advisor for Culture and Science2Public for REGIOPARL at the European Democracy Lab in Berlin. She studied European Studies in several European countries and holds three master’s degrees from Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Université de Bourgogne (Dijon, FR) and Uniwersytet Opolski (Opole, PL). After finishing her studies, she worked in civic education as a lecturer and in education management. Within the REGIOPARL project, Sara Kikić provides support in the organisation and execution of interventions and is responsible for cooperations in the area of arts and culture.
Dealing with the Corona crisis poses a challenge to all European democracies. There is one member state in particular, however, which raises worldwide attention: Hungary. Managing the pandemic not only increases tensions between Brussels and Budapest. The open conflict illustrates an immanent, fundamental problem of the EU. In order to avoid further ruptures it seems […]