Month October 2015

EST event in Vienna: joint visit to UNHCR

This Friday 30 October the EST will host a joint visit to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) in Vienna! The visit offers an insight into… Continue Reading →

European Foreign Policy: final stage of Economic Integration?

By Luigi Lonardo, PhD candidate in EU Law at King’s College London and writer for the European Student Think Tank.  The political action of the European Union (EU) on the international stage has been criticised in several instances: some authors have… Continue Reading →

What’s the meaning behind Charlie Hebdo’s latest cartoons?

By Diana Guth, master’s student Human Rights and International Politics at the University of Glasgow and writer for the European Student Think Tank.  Medio September 2015, the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has returned to the spotlight with another series… Continue Reading →

The Presidential Weekly Note: Up-to-date and on the ball

I assume since you are reading this, you are an interested and an active member of society. You are a vibrant young student ready for action and deeply enthusiastic about current events and EU integration. There is so much going… Continue Reading →


Always dreamt of becoming an Ambassador? This is your chance! Are you inter­ested in the EU and would you like to con­trib­ute to nar­row­ing the gap between the EU and its cit­izens? Then apply for the pos­i­tion of EST’s Ambas­sador… Continue Reading →

The fear to act Humane

In close cooperation with La Razón, the European Student Thinktank has produced another article for the Spanish newspaper. Secretary Sietse Blom writes about the way European countries react to the waves of refugees and shares his opinion on the recent… Continue Reading →

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