The University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NZ, T +44 (0)1227 764000
Room: Rutherford N4.S2
Tel: 01227 (82)7122
Office Hour: Mondays 3-4pm
Soeren Keil first came to Kent in 2005 to complete a Master's degree in International Relations, which he finished in 2006 with distinction. He then stayed on for doctoral research, completing his thesis in May 2010 and successfully defending it in June 2010.
Soeren's research interests include the political systems of the Western Balkan countries in particular the successor states of the former Yugoslavia. He is also interested in the European integration process and has worked on EU foreign policy and EU enlargement policy.
His publications include:
‘Power-sharing revisited: Lessons learned in the Balkans?’ in: Review on Central and East European Law, Vol. 34/2009, 337-360 (with Florian Bieber)
‘Nationalism and Federalism in Comparative Perspective’ in: Trias i Valls, Àngels (Ed.): Sub-State Nationalism in Europe, ICEPS: London, forthcoming