Category Archives: EFPU

Jan 11 2017

Implications of Brexit for the UK, the EU and the international system: a summary of the 2016 lecture series

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submitted by Karen E. Smith, Professor of International Relations During Michaelmas Term 2016, Professor Karen E Smith of the International Relations Department organised a series of ten lectures on ‘Brexit: the implications for the UK, the EU and the international … Continue reading

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Mar 15 2016

Workshop: Brexit and EU foreign policy: the view from other member states

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On 9 March 2016, the Department of International Relations and European Foreign Policy Unit at the London School of Economics organized a workshop on ‘Brexit and EU Foreign Policy: The View from Other EU Member States’. The workshop formed part … Continue reading

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Oct 7 2015

European Foreign Policy Unit engaged in debate on Brexit

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The current debates in the UK about the future of its relationship with the European Union are heating up, with pressure groups being formed to press the case for a yes or a no vote in the referendum on British … Continue reading

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Oct 7 2015

News from the European Foreign Policy Unit

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The European Foreign Policy Unit (EFPU) is one of several research units based in the International Relations Department. It links seven full-time members of staff, and acts as a focus for research and teaching on issues relating to European foreign … Continue reading

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Sep 12 2012

EFPU: EU-US Relations after the Lisbon Treaty

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On 18 June 2012 the LSE’s European Foreign Policy Unit hosted the last of ten roundtables on ‘EU Foreign Policy after Lisbon’, entitled ‘EU-US Relations’. The panellists were Professor Erik Jones (SAIS Bologna Center), Professor Katie Laatikainen (Adelphi University), and … Continue reading

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Jul 26 2012

EFPU: EU Foreign Policy after Lisbon: the view from Africa

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On 10 May 2012 the LSE’s European Foreign Policy Unit hosted the ninth of ten roundtables on ‘EU Foreign Policy after Lisbon’, entitled ‘The View from Africa’. The panellists were Dr Marie Gibert (Nottingham Trent University), Professor Gerrit Olivier (University … Continue reading

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Jul 24 2012

EFPU: EU Foreign Policy after Lisbon: the View from Asia

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On 1 May 2012 the LSE’s European Foreign Policy Unit hosted the eighth of ten roundtables on ‘EU Foreign Policy after Lisbon’, entitled ‘The View from Asia’. The panellists were Professor Martin Holland (University of Canterbury, New Zealand), Dr Yeo … Continue reading

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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 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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Mar 22 2012

EFPU roundtable: ‘The European External Action Service’

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On 15 March 2012 the LSE’s European Foreign Policy Unit hosted the sixth of ten roundtables on ‘EU Foreign Policy after Lisbon’, entitled ‘The European External Action Service’. The panellists were Professor Sophie Vanhoonacker (University of Maastricht), Professor Richard Whitman … Continue reading

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