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Cátedra Jean Monnet

Seminários Jean Monnet

2017 | 2016


Information or Propaganda in the EU’s Attempt to Counter Russian Disinformation Campaigns?
Maxine David

20 de abril de 2017 (11h)
FEUC - Sala Keynes

Dr Maxine David is a Lecturer in European Studies at Leiden University and Research Fellow at the Global Europe Centre, University of Kent, UK. She is a Foreign Policy analyst, specialising in Russian and EU foreign policy.
She has co-edited and contributed to a number of special issues and edited collections on EU-Russia relations and is currently working on a monograph for Palgrave: The Triumph of Agency in Russia’s Foreign Policy.
Maxine's areas of interest include Foreign Policy Analysis and the foreign policies of Russia, the European Union, the UK and USA and interactions between these actors.
Aside from the foreign policies of the specific actors above, she is interested in a range of foreign policy issues, including international intervention, regionalism and internet governance, each of which are the subject of analysis in different chapters in her forthcoming book on Russia's foreign policy.
Maxine has a PhD in International Studies and an MSc in European Politics, Business and Law from University of Surrey, UK.
She is Editor of the Journal of Contemporary European Research: www.jcer.net and on Twitter @JCERJournal
Maxine has an extensive, wide-ranging teaching portfolio and is currently teaching on EU-Russia Relations and the ENP.

Cartaz Seminário Fernando 26 abril

Russia: a strategic challenge for the European Union.

Fernando Andresen-Guimarães

26 de abril de 2017 (15h)

CES Alta - sala 1

Fernando Andresen Guimarães, who is currently the Head of the Russia Division of the European External Action Service (EEAS), holds a PhD from the London School of Economics, and has a vast experience in diplomatic affairs. He was the Head of the Division for North America and Canada between 2011 and 2015, and beforehand adviser with the European Commission. He has also been with the Department of Peacekeeping Operations of the United Nations (2003 and 2004). He is currently Adjunct Professor of European and Global Diplomacy and Member of the Advisory Board of Vesalius College, in Brussels, and a Council Member of the European Council on Foreign Relations, in London. Despite his intense diplomatic activity, Dr Andresen Guimarães has also been publishing, such as recently a chapter on an edited book on The European Union as a Diplomatic Actor, edited by Joachim A. Koops and Gjovalin Macaj, titled "Speak Up! Getting the EU a Voice at the UN General Assembly", among other publications.