Sciences Po Saint-Germain

2019-0

5 | Master | Seminar | ‘International Co-operation and Defence Policies’ (18h).

4 | College | Seminar | ‘Institutions and challenges of the European Union’ (10h).

3 | College | Lecture | ‘Institutions and challenges of the European Union’ (22h).

2018-9

2 | Master | Seminar | ‘The Political Economy of European Security’ (24h).

  • S2 – Introduction: What’s the political economy of European security?
    • Elective Reading: Hay, Colin, Smith, Andy. Introduction. Le rapport capitalisme-politique. dans Hay, Colin, Smith, Andy (eds.). Dictionnaire d’économie politique. Paris : Presses de SciencesPo, 2018: 19-49.
  • S3  – Who governs the defence industry in Europe?
  • S6 – Will France and the United Kingdom co-operate after Brexit?
    • Compulsory Reading: Faure, Samuel B.H. Franco-British co-operation in the context of Brexit. In Johnson, Robert, Haaland Matlary, Janne (eds.). The United Kingdom’s Defence After Brexit. Britain’s Alliances, Coalitions, and Partnerships, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018: 103-125.
  • S8 – Conclusion: Back to the simulation and mapping out research avenues
    • No compulsory reading.

1 | Master | Seminar | ‘International Co-operation and Defence Policies’ (18h).

  • S2 – Who governs the international co-operation of defence?
  • S5 – Why do the United Kingdom and France co-operate in the context of Brexit?
    • Compulsory Reading: Faure, Samuel B.H. Franco-British co-operation in the context of Brexit. In Johnson, Robert, Haaland Matlary, Janne (eds.). The United Kingdom’s Defence After Brexit. Britain’s Alliances, Coalitions, and Partnerships, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018: 103-125.