Monthly Archives: May 2012

May 31 2012

EFPU roundtable: ‘EU Foreign Policy after Lisbon: the View from the Strategic Partners’

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On 30 April 2012 the LSE’s European Foreign Policy Unit hosted the seventh of ten roundtables on ‘EU Foreign Policy after Lisbon’, entitled ‘The View from the EU’s Strategic Partners’. The panellists were Professor Derek Averre (University of Birmingham, UK), … Continue reading

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May 29 2012

Prize-winning MSc dissertation published online

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Jessica Schulberg was an MSc IPE graduate in 2010, and her dissertation co-won the Susan Strange Award for Best Dissertation in International Political Economy. She has recently had her dissertation, entitled Between Coercion and Discourse: Developing Countries and the Adoption … Continue reading

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May 9 2012

Barry Buzan: Tedx lecture on why there will be no more superpowers in the future

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On 28 March 2012, Professor Barry Buzan gave a short (21 mins) Tedx lecture at Central Saint Martins on why there will be no more superpowers in the future. Watch it here:

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May 8 2012

EFPU roundtable: The EU Foreign Policy after Lisbon – A view from ASEAN

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Various perception studies conducted by scholars over the past few years (Lucarelli and Fioramonti; Holland, et al.) on the European Union’s external image have revealed that it is largely seen as an economic or trading power, but is not widely … Continue reading

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