Voices for Europe: António Raimundo from Portugal (05.05.2023)

This series of podcast-interviews gives researchers from all over Europe a voice. We exchange views from different countries, talk about background specifics, and try to give an honest assessment of the state of the EU.

In this episode we learn from António Raimundo about the specific situation in Portugal, the fact that in contrast to other European countries populism does not play a major role in Portugal, about the way the European integration is viewed in Portugal, and about the way the role of the so-called “smaller countries” within in the EU is evolving.

António Raimundo is a Research Fellow at the Research Centre in Political Science of University of Minho. He holds a PhD in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Masters in European Politics from the Université Libre de Bruxelles. Recently he completed a postdoc on the Europeanization of Portuguese foreign policy and was part of the European research project “EU Foreign Policy Facing New Realities”. He has been Guest Lecturer in several Portuguese universities and has contributed to the “Yearbook of European Integration” of the Institut für Europäische Politik (IEP) as national expert on Portugal. His research has covered topics such as European integration, Europeanization, Portugal’s European and foreign policy, Brexit and EU-Africa relations. Among other outlets, he has published in the Journal of European Integration, Journal of Contemporary European Studies and European Politics and Society.


Felix Heidenreich (IZKT)

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