Monthly Archives: February 2012

Feb 23 2012

EFPU roundtable: ‘Influencing the EU Foreign Policy Process’

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In a world where the presence of non-state actors (e.g. multinational corporations, NGOs, international organisations, etc.) has increased exponentially, it has become a burning issue to investigate the influence that they have on the EU. While much ink has been … Continue reading

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Feb 14 2012

Cumberland Lodge Conference 2011

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After having struggled through the Friday afternoon traffic to get out of London, this year’s group of attendees from LSE’s international relations department enjoyed the ‘informal reception’ at Cumberland Lodge to get ready for a weekend of good food, merry … Continue reading

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Feb 14 2012

EFPU roundtable: ‘The EU’s Influence in its Eastern Neighbourhood’

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On 2 February 2012 the LSE’s European Foreign Policy Unit hosted the fourth of ten roundtables on ‘EU Foreign Policy after Lisbon’ addressing the highly topical issue of “The EU’s Influence in its Eastern Neighbourhood”. The panellists were Professor Hiski … Continue reading

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