Brussels School of International Studies

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    Teresa Vieira da Silva Cabrita
    Teresa Cabrita is currently reading for a PhD in International Law
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    Manisha Patel
    Responsible for the design and delivery of short courses including Summer Schools
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    Sarah Horton
    Responsible for the management of the Paris centre.
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    Dr Karel Kovanda
    Dr Karel Kovanda teaches on the Political Strategy module at the Brussels School of International Studies
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    Dr Paul Cook
    Paul Cook convenes and teaches the International Political Economy module at the Brussels School of International Studies.
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    Moritz Pieper
    Moritz Pieper is currently reading for a PhD in International Relations
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    Emel Given
    Emel Given is currently reading for a PhD in International Conflict
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    Mike Buenger
    Mike Buenger is currently reading for a PhD in International Law
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    John Macgregor
    John Macgregor was Dean of the University of Kent's Brussels campus from 2007 to 2009.
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    Klaudia Tani
    Klaudia Tani is reading for a PhD in International Conflict Analysis
  • Robert Bray
    Robert Bray teaches Constitutional and Institutional Law of the European Union at the Brussels School of International Studies
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    Yingqing Ben
    Responsible for all finance matters relating to the University of Kent's European centres
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    John Heieck
    John Heieck is currently reading for a PhD in International Law and teaching the module Public International Law.
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    Robert Zaman
    Robert Zaman is currently reading for a PhD in International Conflict
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    Professor Miguel Leon-Ledesma
    Miguel Leon-Ledesma teaches on the module Development Economics.

 

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Last Updated: 27/11/2012