Articles by Catherine E. De Vries

June 27, 2024

Von der Leyen’s rocky road to a second term as President of the European Commission 

Catherine E. De Vries
Following the European election results, Ursula von der Leyen faces a rocky road to confirmation as President of the Commission for a second term, writes Catherine E. De Vries. The key question is how she is going to be able to satisfy very different demands from the various groupings.
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Catherine E. De Vries
Generali Chair in European Policies and Professor of Political Science, Bocconi University

Catherine’s research focuses on the interplay between domestic and international politics, with a geographical focus on the European continent and the European Union.

She is particularly interested in understanding how and why international cooperation is increasingly being challenged by domestic opposition and nationalist political forces, and how international migration shapes politics in both advanced industrial economies (as in her work on Euroscepticism and political entrepreneurs) and middle and low income countries (as in her work on financial remittances).

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