The IIER Distinguished Virtual Lecture Series – Prof. Christopher Hill

The Research Program on the Theory and Practice of International Relations at the Institute of International Economic Relations (IIER) in Athens, Greece organizes The IIER Distinguished Virtual Lecture Series, that aims to delve into the rich and diverse scholarship in the field of International Relations (IR) by featuring prominent theorists and brilliant speakers from around the world who have made important contributions to the field.

Distinguished Speaker:
Christopher Hill
Fellow of the British Academy
Emeritus Professor of International Relations POLIS, University of Cambridge
Emeritus Fellow, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge CB2 3HU
Senior Associate Fellow SAIS, Bologna

Christopher Hill is Emeritus Professor of International Relations in the University of Cambridge and an Emeritus Fellow of Sidney Sussex College. He is also a Senior Associate Professor at SAIS Bologna, Johns Hopkins University. His most recent publications are: International Relations and the European Union, 4th ed., with Michael Smith and Sophie Vanhoonacker (2023); The Future of British Foreign Policy: Security and Diplomacy in a World after Brexit (Polity, 2019); Foreign Policy in the Twenty-First Century (2016); and The National Interest in Question: Foreign Policy in Multicultural Societies (2013). He has been a Fellow of the British Academy since 2007.

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The event will take place on 🗓️ June 4, at 🕕18:00 EEST on Zoom.
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