The Lisbon Treaty and the Future of the EU

Written on September 30, 2010 by Ángeles Figueroa-Alcorta in News

The IE International Relations Club cordially invites you to “The Lisbon Treaty and the Future of the EU” Conference that will be held on Thursday, Septmeber 30th at 7:30pm. What will the future hold for the EU?

Location: A-203, María de Molina 13 (IE Business School)

Topic: the future of the European Union after the Lisbon Treaty, the reform of European institutions, and the recognition of new competences to the EU.

Language: Spanish.

Speaker: Marie-José Garot. She is an expert in European Law. She has taught and carried out intense research projects at prestigious universities like the European University Institute of Florence, the European Centre for Public Law (Athens), the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Carlos III University in Madrid, or the Toulouse-le-Mirail University. She has published books, articles, and papers on European integration. In addition to teaching European law, she is also the Director of the Center for European Studies of IE University, aimed to promote European idealism inside and outside IE.

Thinking of attending this event? You may register online here.


Welcome to IE’s International Relations Blog!

Written on September 29, 2010 by Ángeles Figueroa-Alcorta in News

The School of Arts & Humanities is pleased to welcome you to its official international relations blog. The IR blog is intended to be a place where to share ideas, thoughts, knowledge, and expertise on international relations, political economy, democracy and human rights, foreign policy, and security issues. It is also a place where you will be able to find the latest information on what has been going on at IE, with its faculty members, and students.

The IR blog aims at reaching out to alumni and current students of the Master in International Relations (MIR) at IE School of Arts and Humanities, so that they may reconnect with each other, create new synergies, exchange valuable expertise, and keep track of what other MIR students have been doing.  

This blog is an invitation to extend the vision of all those who are always curious to know more, and who want to share with us their ideas and experiences in the broad range of fields that comprise our environment. It is with great pleasure that I invite you to follow us on IE’s IR Blog, a platform for the exchange of knowledge, ideas, and research proposals. We encourage you to participate actively and voice your opinions about the various topics that we will cover!

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