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Converging and conflicting ethical values in the internal/external security in continuum in Europe.

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Kerry Longhurst PDF Print E-mail


Centre for Security Studies, Collegium Civitas
Senior Lecturer in European Security, The University of Birmingham, UK
Research Fellow, IFRI, Paris


 

CURRENT RESEARCH

  • European Neighbourhood Policy (Eastern and Southern Dimensions)     
  • EU Enlargement     
  • Moldova and Euro-Atlantic Integration     
  • Morocco and the EU     
  • Polish Foreign and Security Policy

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Books and reports

(2007) (with Marcin Zaborowski) A New Atlanticist: Poland's Foreign and Security Policy Priorities (Blackwell/Chatham House: Oxford). 

(2005) (edited with Marcin Zaborowski), Old Europe, New Europe and the Transatlantic Security Agenda (Routledge: London, New York ).  Reprinted in 2008 as a paperback.

(2004) Germany and the Use of Force: The Evolution of German Security Policy 1989-2003 (Manchester University Press: Manchester).

Articles

(2008) ‘Legislatives en Pologne, quel changements ?’  Politique Etrangere, No.1, 2008

(2008) ‘Poland in the European Union: Empowering or Inhibiting the EU as a Security Policy Actor?’ in Johan Lembke and Sven Biscop (eds.) Enlarged and Empowered? EU Enlargement in a Re-Balanced Transatlantic Partnership (Lynne Rienner).

(2007) ‘Trouble in the Neighbourhood’, Internationale Politik, No.8, 2007

EDUCATION

  • 2000: PhD on German Strategic Culture awarded in 2000 by The University of Birmingham, UK.
  • 1994: MSc Strategic Studies, The University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK.
  • 1993: BA (Hons) European Studies, First Class, Thames Valley University, UK.

EXPERIENCE

  • Current Position: Research Fellow, IFRI, Paris.
My two-year project on the European Neighbourhood Policy is funded by an EU Fellowship. I am based in IFRI’s Security Studies Centre.
  • Senior Lecturer in European Security, The University of Birmingham, UK
(I am on research leave from this post until 2010)