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Centre for European Research

Global Governance Transformed: Explaining the Nexus between the EU and International Organizations

25 September 2015

Time: 9:30am - 5:30pm
Venue: Queen Mary University of London (Mile End Campus). Student Union, Blomeley Room 2, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS

Please click here [DOC 142KB] for the full programme. For enquires on registration please contact Dr Stella Ladi

09.30-10.00: Registration and Coffee

10.00-10.15: Welcome and Introductions

10.15- 11.45: Panel One: The EU and Transnational Governance
Chair and Discussant: Dr. Paul Copeland, Queen Mary University of London
Sevie Chatzopoulou (ISG Roskilde University) “EU-A ‘Hybrid’ bureaucracy in the making The transnational governance of food policy and policy uploading to WTO”
Janice Morphet (University College London) “Global Governance Transformed: explaining the nexus between the EU and international organizations”
Stella Ladi (Queen Mary) and Dimitris Tsarouhas (Bilkent University) “The EU in the World: public procurement policy and the EU-WTO relationship”

11.45-12.00: Coffee Break

12.00-13.30: Panel Two: EU Institutions and International Organizations
Chair: Ino Afentouli (NATO, Public Policy Division)
Discussant: Dimitris Tsarouhas (Bilkent University)
Deniz Bekaroğlu Erdem (Middle East Technical University and Turkish Armed Forces) “The Nexus between the NATO and EU from Security Perspective: Its Implications on Global Governance”
Scott Schorr (University of St. Andrews) “Quantum Voyage, Cosmic Sail, Nuclear Future: The European Union's Interaction with CERN, ESA, UNOOSA, EUROfusion, and ITER”
Paul Stephenson (Sciences Po/Maastricht University) “Norms, experts and standard-setting: the European Court of Auditors and the International Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions”

13.30- 15.00: Lunch

15.00-16.30: Panel Three: The EU and the United Nations
Chair: Liam Campling (Queen Mary)
Discussant: Stella Ladi (Queen Mary)
Spyros Blavoukos, Dimitris Bourantonis and Maria Giannou (Athens University of Economics and Business) “Much Ado About Nothing? The Resolution 65/276 and the European Union as a New Diplomatic Actor in the UN General Assembly”
Ryuya Daidouji (Waseda University) “EU’s Multi-dimensional Influences on the UN Security Council: The EU’s role in the introduction of due process to targeted sanctions”
Ries Kamphof (Leiden University) “EU shared competences and the UNFCC”

16.30-16.45: Coffee Break

16.45- 17.30: Roundtable: EU-IOs and Next Steps

17.30: End of Workshop

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