Research at Brussels
Dr. John Heieck presenting paper at Cambridge International and European Law Conference 2017
21 March 2017
Dr Guichaoua speaks on RFI one year after the Bassam Attacks
14 March 2017
Dr Maria Mälksoo to present paper 'Countering Hybrid Warfare: The EU and NATO Mediating between Daily Security and Ontological Security' at the ISA Workshop
17 February 2017
Dr Tom Casier and Dr Maria Mälksoo participate in the Baltic Defence College's conference 'Non-Linear Warfare: The Russian Challenge'
15 February 2017
Dr Maria Mälksoo's UPTAKE guest lecture at the University of Tartu, 16 February 2017
14 February 2017
Will China Become a Leader In Global Trade During the Donald Trump Administration? by BSIS alumni Archana Jatkar
17 January 2017
Dr Albena Azmanova on the idea of Europe and the political economy of trust
14 November 2016
The Vice Chancellor's Research Scholarships
8 November 2016
Our research is a critical component of our success as a postgraduate School. Our teaching is underpinned by the high quality research undertaken by our teaching staff and our research students. BSIS is a multidisciplinary School and thus much of our research is informed by the critical presence of those with different disciplinary backgrounds through a weekly research seminar. But it is also strengthened by the links with our core contributing Schools in the University.
Our presence in Brussels also provides a context for much of our research; close contact with the European institutions, NATO and the many other international and non-governmental organisations provides an important policy context for research. A defining theme of the School has become Europe in the wider world, or Global Europe, and this provides the context for a planned series of workshops and summer schools.