Research at Brussels
Rainer Münz - Europe: "flooded" with immigrants?
20 October 2017
Prof. Nina Jørgensen
17 October 2017
John Judis: The Populist Explosion
16 October 2017
Yvan Guichaoua: Mali 4 ans après l'intervention, une difficile sortie de crise
9 October 2017
Third UPTAKE training school at BSIS
5 October 2017
Yvan Guichaoua on: Jihadi Rule in Gao, Mali
2 October 2017
Dr Maria Mälksoo interview in E-International Relations
25 September 2017
BSIS welcomes visiting Professor Nina Jørgensen
22 September 2017
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.