Regent's Report

Regent's University London academic staff are passionate about research and produce a wide variety of regular papers, journals and reports.

Europe's Neighbours: From Morocco to Moscow (2015)

This third Regent's Report examines Europe's relationships with its neighbouring countries to the South and East.

Featuring a special foreword by Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, this report contains 28 articles written by eminent experts analysing the issues that underpin Europe's relationships with its different neighbouring countries.

Edited by Professor John Drew, Director of Regent's Institute for Contemporary European Studies, and Dr Martyn Bond, Honorary Senior Fellow at Regent's University London.

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The UK and Europe: Costs, Benefits, Options - Abridged and Updated (2015)

The Regent's Report addresses two dozen different aspects of the UK's relationship with Europe – from the issue of the UK contribution to the EU budget to the role of our universities in furthering research that relies on EU funding; from the issue of Foreign Direct Investment into the UK to coping with the environmental legislative demands that flow from Brussels.

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Transatlantic Relations: a European Perspective (2014)

Our annual Regent’s Report is designed to address global challenges and stimulate debate within and beyond the academic community. This year’s report, Transatlantic Relations: A European Perspective, focuses on the relationship between the European Union and the United States of America. It covers a lot of ground and the contributors present a number of compelling arguments across a range of themes that sit at the heart of the transatlantic relationship.

This relationship has an impact on all our lives and will shape the lives of future generations too. With new global powers emerging there are important decisions to be made around how the relationship will evolve. While the bond as trading partners is particularly topical, this report steps further afield and considers a number of topics from security concerns and economic cooperation to human rights and education. We hope you find the report an educating and enjoyable read.

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Regent's Report: The UK and Europe: Costs, Benefits, Options (2013)

The Regent's Report addresses two dozen different aspects of the UK's relationship with Europe – from the issue of the UK contribution to the EU budget to the role of our universities in furthering research that relies on EU funding; from the issue of Foreign Direct Investment into the UK to coping with the environmental legislative demands that flow from Brussels.

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Last updated: 19 July 2016