The British Academy funded Seminar Series on British Foreign Policy after Iraq will continue at the University of Leeds
this semester. The next seminar is:
01 February, 4 – 5:30pm 11.13 Social Sciences Building Vicky Honeyman (University of Leeds) “British International Policy from Brown to Cameron”.
Forthcoming seminars include:
15 February, 4 – 5:30pm 11.13 Social Sciences Building Tim Oliver (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst) ‘The Liberal Democrats and the Coalition’s Foreign and Defence Policy.’
29 February 4 – 5:30pm 11.13 Social Sciences Building Rhiannon Vickers (University of Sheffield) ‘What Happened to the ‘End to Intervention’? Is Cameron the new Blair?’
14 March 4-5.30pm 11.13 Social Sciences Building Ruth Blakeley (University of Kent) ‘The Evolution of the Global System of Rendition and Secret Detention’
25 April 4-5.30pm 11.13 Social Sciences Building Judi Atkins (University of Leeds) ‘A Renewed Social Democracy for an “Age of Internationalism”: An Interpretivist Account of New Labour’s Foreign Policy’.
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