Prof. Anna Triandafyllidou, Prof. Dr. Christoph Herrmann, Prof. Dr. Jan Wouters, Prof. Marise Cremona, Dr. Sabrina Marchetti, Dr. Joris Larik, and Kolja Raube
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starts May 5
The study of the EU as an international actor has become a key element in European and International Law and Relations. At the end of the course students will be able to identify and understand the main challenges of the EU and its Member States in the world today, and how they affect us personally; understand the means which the EU has at its disposal to tackle these challenges, and learn ways to critically evaluate its performance; and situate the EU as an international actor into the main theoretical approaches to International Relations, and harness these approaches to analyse current topics in global politics.
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