Workshop on the EU’s external representation at Clingendael Institute

On 21-22 February, I am participating in a workshop organized by Louise van Schaik and Edith Drieskens on the ‘EU external representation and the reform of international contexts: practices after Lisbon‘ at the Clingendael Institute (The Hague). The workshop brings together more than 50 academics and practitioners from all over Europe to discuss the EU’s current representation in international politics. I will present a paper on ‘The rotating Presidency and the EU’s external representation in environmental affairs: the case of climate change and biodiversity negotiations’. The full programme is available here.

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