Born in Athens to Greek and Irish parents, Danaë has managed to remain largely pro-European. Before doing her Masters in European Public Policy at King’s College London, she read a B.A. in European Studies at Trinity College Dublin. Danaë is bilingual by birth, and multilingual (French, Italian and Japanese) by experience.
Areas of interest: Matters of EU foreign policy and the Greek Crisis (Twitter: @danae_lazari).
- The EU’s Next Referendum: Hungary and the Migrant Relocation Mechanism
- The Continuing Saga of the Austrian Presidential Elections
- Brexit and Northern Ireland
- The Birth and Growth of the EU-US Shield
- Hello Athens, My Old Friend: The Eurogroup’s Meeting on the Greek Debt Crisis
- An Overview Of The EU-Turkey Refugee Deal
- What Are The Barriers To Digital Entrepreneurship In Europe And How Can The EU Address Them?
- The Irish Parliamentary Election Results Explained
- A Review of 2015 And Implications for 2016
- What Does the Future International Landscape Mean for EU Foreign Policy? Part II
- What Does the Future International Landscape Mean for EU Foreign Policy? Part I
- “Ever Closer What?”
- Can the Court of Justice of the European Union Impose Unwanted National Policy Change? A Very Brief Introduction.
- “A clear mandate for a four-year term”: the Greek Parliamentary Elections
- The EU Democratic Deficit