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Theoretical Developments in IR Approaches to the EU

International Relations
Qualitative
Theoretical
P089
Richard Balme
Sciences Po Paris
Natalia Chaban
University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Building: 9RC, Room: 933

Thursday 16:15 - 18:00 (14/06/2018)


Abstract

This panel presents and confronts ongoing research advancing new theoretical approaches in the study of International Relations in the European Union. Contributions pay particular attention to the role of ideas, discourses and narratives in foreign policy analysis. They also borrow from psychology, role theory, and cognitive linguistics to enrich the angles and scales of analysis in IR. The panel presents and discusses experimentations in advanced methodologies used in critical approaches to IR in Europe.

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