Politics and International Relations (PIR)
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2007 / 2008

Speaker Title Date / Time Location
Prof Amitai Etzioni Security First: a Moral but Muscular Foreign Policy 12th October 2007, 1:00pm Teviot Dining Room, Teviot Building
Prof Sir Neil MacCormick and Dr Nicola McEwen The SNP in Government: Assessing the first 100 days - click here for accompanying document 28th September 2007, 1:00pm G10, Adam Ferguson Building
Dr Michael Bruter and Dr David Howarth Nicolas Sarkozy as President: Assessing the first 100 days 5th October 2007, 1:00pm G10, Adam Ferguson Building
Dr Martin Barber Improving UN performance in post-conflict situations during Kofi Annans first term 19th October 2007, 1:00pm G10, Adam Ferguson Building
Dr Robert Lane Is it time for federal theory to make its comeback? 2nd November 2007, 3:30pm Lecture Theatre 175, Old College
Dr Dominic Johnson Why the war looks lost: perceptions of victory and defeat in Iraq and beyond 9th November 2007, 1:00pm G10, Adam Ferguson Building
Professor Joanne Scott Law and New Approaches to Governance in the EU 16th November 2007, 3:30pm Lecture Theatre 175, Old College
Dr Charles Tripp What can Iraqs history tell us about its future 23rd November 2007, 1:00pm G10, Adam Ferguson Building
Professor Richard Ned Lebow Counterfactuals and politics 5th December 2007, 4:00pm TBC
Patrick Holden EU and US Aid and Trade Policies: Instruments of Structural Power? 18th January 2008, 1:00pm G10, Adam Ferguson Building
Lord David Owen The Development of the EU's Foreign Policy 25th January 2008, 1:00pm Lecture Theatre 175, Old College
Europa Half Day Seminar Approaches to the EU as an International Actor 25th January 2008, 2:00pm Lecture Theatre 175, Old College
Lord Malloch-Brown Multilateralism, Humanitarianism and Interventionism 8th February 2008, 5:30pm Playfair Library, Old College
Professor Eunan O'Halpin Afghanistan, Imperial Security and Anglo-American Relations 1935-47: Can the Past Inform the Present? 15th February 2008, 1:00pm G10, Adam Ferguson Building
Dr Iain Hardie Trading the Risk: Financialisation, Loyalty and Emerging Market Government Policy Autonomy 22nd February 2008, 1:00pm G10, Adam Ferguson Building
Dr Duncan Bell Liberal and Republican Visions of Empire in Nineteenth-Century Britain 29th February 2008, 1:00pm G10, Adam Ferguson Building
Europa Half Day Seminar The EU and Effective Multilateralism 7th March 2008, 2:00pm Lecture Theatre 270, Old College
Professor Richard Sakwa A Very Peculiar New Cold War: The Dialogue of the Deaf 14th March 2008, 1:00pm G10, Adam Ferguson Building