Professor Harnisch to lecture on German foreign policy
The department is pleasured to announce a lecture of Professor Sebastian Harnisch from the University of Heidelberg. Prof Harnisch will have his lecture next Tuesday, March 19 from 18:00 in room 41. The title is “German Foreign Policy and International Leadership: Performance, Perils and Pitfalls in the Era of Chancellor Merkel”.
Sebastian Harnisch is a Professor of International Relations and Foreign Policy and is well-known for his research on German and American foreign policy, European affairs, Korean affairs, theories of International Relations (especially role theory), non-proliferation of WMD, and climate change policy issues.
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