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Foreign Policy Governance In Europe-Research Network Modernising, Widening And Deepening Research On A Vital Pillar of the EU - FORNET, Final Report, EUR 22083

Project ID: HPSE-CT-2002-50020
Funded under: FP5-HUMAN POTENTIAL

Abstract

FORNET consists of 25 research institutions specialising in the field of European Foreign Policy from across the recently enlarged European Union, as well as Bulgaria and Turkey. The objective of the group is to bring together for the first time a network of researchers from across the geographical breadth the EU and build the foundations of a wider, post Enlargement academic community that will play an instrumental role in shaping the debate on European foreign policy during the coming years.
FORNET is coordinated by Professor Christopher Hill. Since during 2005 Professor Hill has been in post as the Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations at the Centre for International Studies, University of Cambridge, and the project has been managed from the London School of Economics under the guidance of Dr Karen E Smith. It has run smoothly through the frequent communications between Professor Hill and the LSE. The other members of the Steering Group are Professor Esther Barbé of the Instituto Universitario de Estudios Europeos in the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Professor Christian Franck of the Trans European Policies Study Association (TEPSA) and Professor Wolfgang Wessels of the Jean Monnet Chair for Political Science at the University of Cologne. Dr Karen E Smith (who is editor of the bi-monthly CFSP Forum and the FORNET website) has been assisted by Ms Alison Carter (web design) and Mr Robert Kissack (Administrator), as well as staff in the Project Management department, who provide technical financial assistance for the distribution of funds to the partner organisations. There are other staff members from each of the principal partner institutions involved in the administration of FORNET, including Dr Udo Diedrichs and Ms Funda Tekin in Cologne, Ms Anna Herranz in Barcelona and Ms Mireia Barrachina Plo at TEPSA.

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