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Anthony Salamone

Anthony Salamone
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Anthony Salamone
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PhD Candidate in British and European Politics Edinburgh Europa Institute Scottish Centre on European Relations
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Research Interests
European integration, European Union, Brexit, Scottish-European relations, UK-EU relations, Scottish politics, Devolution, British politics, UK foreign policy, Public opinion, Public policy, Europeanisation, Comparative politics
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http://www.pol.ed.ac.uk/people/phd_students/anthony_salamone

Anthony Salamone is PhD Candidate in British and European Politics at the University of Edinburgh. His current research interests focus on the European Union, Scottish-European relations, Brexit and Scottish politics. As an active member of the Edinburgh Europa Institute, he was Founding Managing Editor (2015-2018) of European Futures, its academic blog on Europe, and Co-Convenor (2014-2017) of the Edinburgh Europa Research Group. Anthony is Research Fellow and Strategic Advisor at the Scottish Centre on European Relations, the independent think tank he co-founded with Dr Kirsty Hughes. He has a strong commitment to public engagement on European issues, having organised and chaired numerous panel discussions, lectures, seminars and conference segments, many of which have featured senior figures from Scotland, the UK and the EU. More information about Anthony’s publications, speaking engagements and media appearances is available on: salamone.scot.

PhD Title

Political Narratives on EU Membership
UK Ministerial Discourse in the Pre-Referendum Years

Supervisors

Prof Laura Cram

Professor of European Politics

Dr Daniel Kenealy

Lecturer in Public Policy

Research Interests

European integration

European institutions, EU policy making, Future of Europe, Democratic deficit, Legitimacy, Europeanisation, Eurozone integration, National adaptation to the EU

UK-EU relations

Brexit (Withdrawal Agreement, Transition, Future relationship), Europe in UK politics, UK government’s EU policy, Future of the EU27

Politics of Scotland and the UK

Scottish politics, Scottish-European relations, Devolution (Scotland), Constitutional reform, British politics, UK foreign policy

Qualifications

London School of Economics and Political Science

MSc Global Politics (2014)

The University of Edinburgh

MA(Hons) French and German and European Union Studies (2013)

Current Positions

Research Fellow and Strategic Advisor

Scottish Centre on European Relations

President Emeritus

Edinburgh University European Union Society

Publications

Reports

Hughes, K and Salamone, A (2018) (eds) Brexit Roundup: Where Are We Heading? · Scottish Centre on European Relations · 16 April 2018

Parliamentary Evidence

Salamone, A (2018) The Brexit Countdown: Withdrawal Negotiations, Deal or No Deal and the Future EU-UK Relationship · Article 50: Preparedness Inquiry · Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee · Scottish Parliament · 12 October 2018

Salamone, A (2018) The Brexit Negotiations and the Future EU-UK Relationship: Implications for Common Frameworks · Common UK Frameworks Inquiry · Finance and Constitution Committee · Scottish Parliament · 31 August 2018

Commentary

Salamone, A (2018) Europeismo: l’equilibrio tra diversitá ed obbiettivi · Centro Studi di Politica Internazionale (CeSPI) · 16 October 2018

Salamone, A (2018) For the EU 27, any delay would lead to a ‘blind Brexit’ · The Times (Scotland Edition) · 8 October 2018

Salamone, A (2018) Brexit's long shadow over devolution · Public Sector Executive · 18 June 2018

Salamone, A (2018) Brexit Roundup: Uncertain Future for Scotland and Devolution · Scottish Centre on European Relations · 16 April 2018

Salamone, A (2018) The Brexit Countdown to Autumn 2018 · Scottish Centre on European Relations · 26 February 2018

Salamone, A (2017) Brexit Begins to Take Shape, As Debate in Scotland Continues · Scottish Centre on European Relations · 9 December 2017

Salamone, A (2017) Macron’s Vision for Europe Sets a Very High Bar · Scottish Centre on European Relations · 28 September 2017

Salamone, A (2017) Free Movement is Not a Problem to be Solved · Scottish Centre on European Relations, 21 July 2017

Salamone, A (2017) Five Takeaways for Brexit from the General Election · Scottish Centre on European Relations · 10 June 2017 [Co-published on European Futures (10 June 2017), Reposted on Centre on Constitutional Change Blog (12 June 2017)]

Salamone, A (2017) Election results: Scotland’s politics will continue to realign as Tories gain and SNP face pressure · Metro Online · 9 Jun 2017

Salamone, A (2017) Why the current UK-Scotland constitutional impasse was far from inevitable · LSE British Politics and Policy Blog · 10 April 2017

Salamone, A (2017) Europe after Brexit: Multi-speed or More of the Same? · Scottish Centre on European Relations · 28 March 2017

Salamone, A (2017) Scotland’s Independence Debate is Now Intrinsically Tied with Brexit · Euractiv, 15 March 2017

Salamone, A (2017) Brexit Moment: May’s Lancaster House Speech · European Futures · 18 January 2017

Lock, T, Andreangeli, A, Kelly, O and Salamone, A (2016) Reaction: Scotland’s Place in Europe · European Futures · 20 December 2016

Salamone, A (2016) America Decides: Foreign Policy Implications for Europe · European Futures · 9 November 2016

Salamone, A (2016) Why It Matters if the European Commission Ends up Leading the Brexit Negotiations · LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog · 3 November 2016 [Reposted on LSE British Politics and Policy Blog (5 November 2016)]

Salamone, A (2016) Six Unrealistic Brexit Expectations the UK Government Should Avoid · European Futures · 18 October 2016

Salamone, A (2016) Brexit: Frequently Asked Questions · European Futures · 27 June 2016

Salamone, A (2016) Five Things to Watch For on EU Referendum Day · European Futures · 23 June 2016

Resources and Guides

Salamone, A (2017) ‘How to Write for an Academic Blog’, University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES) Resources, June 2017

Salamone, A (2016) ‘Designing a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)’, University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES) Resources, December 2016

Further publications, speaking engagements and media appearances available on: salamone.scot

Past Positions

Steering Group Member (2014 – 2018)
Edinburgh Europa Institute

Founding Managing Editor (2015 – 2018)
European Futures

Co-Convenor (2014 – 2017)
Edinburgh Europa Research Group

Committee Member (2016 – 2017)
UACES Student Forum

Local Organising Committee Member (2016 – 2017)
Council for European Studies 2017 Glasgow Conference

President (2016 – 2017), Honorary President (2013 – 2016), Founding President (2012 – 2013)
Edinburgh University European Union Society

Programme Assistant (2015 – 2016)
MSc International and European Politics · The University of Edinburgh

Vice Convenor (Postgraduate) (2014 – 2015)
School of Social and Political Science · The University of Edinburgh

Assistant Editor (2013 – 2014)
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog

President (2013 – 2014)
LSE Students’ Union European Society

Teaching

Lead Educator (2016)
Towards Brexit? The UK’s EU Referendum (MOOC)
The University of Edinburgh · FutureLearn

Teaching Assistant (2016)
Scotland and Wales Vote 2016: Understanding the Devolved Elections (MOOC)
The University of Edinburgh · FutureLearn

Course Tutor (2015-2016)
Analysing European Governance and Public Policy
The University of Edinburgh

Teaching Assistant (2015)
Understanding the UK’s 2015 General Election (MOOC)
The University of Edinburgh · Coursera

Engagement

Conferences

Co-Organiser (2016) Eurasia – Going East or West?, Edinburgh Europa Research Group, 10 June 2016

Funding

Salamone, A and Muzyka, N (2016) Special Grant for the Workshop: Eurasia – Going East or West?, Edinburgh Europa Institute, The University of Edinburgh (£1375)

Salamone, A and Muzyka, N (2016) Student-Led Special Project Grant for the Workshop: Eurasia – Going East or West?, Graduate School of Social and Political Science, The University of Edinburgh (£1000)

Peer ReviewPublons

Journal of Common Market Studies (2016)

Memberships

Edinburgh Europa Institute
Scottish Universities Legal Network on Europe (SULNE)
University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES)
Council for European Studies (CES)
Political Studies Association of the UK (PSA)

More information at salamone.scot