April 10, 2014
The last interview for my book project Next Europe was on exactly the same spot where I had my first: the Press Club in Brussels. Several months on the road, mostly in The Hague, Brussels and Paris, I now have a fine collection of insights into the challenges and opportunities of the EU in the 21st century. The writing process has already begun, which is of course the most difficult part.
So this time I give the floor to Rem Korteweg, who is a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform (CER) in London. He has, in his own words ‘a different perspective to offer than when you speak to people here in Brussels.’ The researcher worked on strategic issues for most of his career life and obtained a PhD at the University of Leiden. Since a little over a year he works in London.
Great Britain sidelined
Funny enough, Korteweg almost defends […]