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IBEI SUMMER SCHOOLS 2015

June 29 – July 03 The objective of the IBEI Summer Schools is to offer different short courses on significant topics in international security, international relations and the Mediterranean area, taught by experts of international prestige.
 IBEI SUMMER SCHOOLS 2015

The IBEI Summer Schools are aimed at graduate students, professors and researchers in the areas of political science, economics, international relations and international studies who are interested in learning first-hand about the latest advances in research.

Each course will take place in two hour sessions per day during one week (five sessions). Each course is independent and participants can register in any of them. Besides this schedule, there will be time planned for personal interactions with professor where you can take the opportunity to comment your research or project with one of these prime academic figures of the International Relations field.

BARCELONA SUMMER SCHOOL ON INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Libya between Revolution and Civil War
Dr. Virginie Collombier (European University Institute)
US Foreign Policy and International Secu­rity
Prof. Doug Stokes (University of Exeter)
International Security in the Age of Putin and Islamic State
Prof. Martin Shaw (IBEI - Universities of Sussex and Roehampton)
Civil Wars and Political Violence
Dr. Laia Balcells (Duke University)

BARCELONA SUMMER SCHOOL OF THE MEDITERRANIAN
Libya between Revolution and Civil War
Dr. Virginie Collombier (European University Institute)
The Transformation of Arab States and Societies: Understanding and Explaining the Arab Spring
Prof. Yezid Sayigh (Carnegie Middle East Center)
New & Old Fault Lines in the Mediterra­nean and the Middle East
Dr. Eduard Soler (CIDOB – IBEI) / Dr. Lurdes Vidal (IEMed)
The Mediterranean as a Geopolitical Pro­cess: Adaptation to Overlapping Crises?
Prof. Pere Vilanova (Universitat de Barcelo­na – IBEI)

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