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Background Information

Employment History

Danish Institute for International Studies


Lecturer In International Relations

The University of Edinburgh


European Politics and Foreign Policy Teacher

University of Nottingham


Lecturer

Europa Institute at the University of Edinburgh


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Jean Monnet Chair Activities | David Howarth | Staff Profiles | Politics and International Relations

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Annika Bergman, Danish Institute for International Studies: The Cosmopolitan- Communitarian Divide in the EU's CFSP


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Annika Bergman, Danish Institute for International Studies
Seminar Room 1, Chrystal Macmillan Building, George Square 13:00 to 14:00


Politics: Staff

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Annika Bergmana.bergman@ed.ac.uk+44 (0)131 651 1618photo: Annika BergmanAnnika BergmanAnnika Bergman is lecturer in International Relations.Before joining Politics in July 2003 she was lecturer in EU studies in the Europa Institute at the University of Edinburgh.She has also taught European politics and foreign policy at the Universities of Nottingham, Staffordshire, Sussex and Warwick.Her primary research interests include Nordic internationalism and solidarity, Nordic-Baltic post-Cold War relations and spheres of community, Nordic (and European) security and defence policies, normative international relations theory as well as ethical foreign policy.Her publications include 'Baltbat: the emergence of a common Defence dimension to Nordic co-operation?' COPRI Working Paper 2000:22.Annika is currently undertaking research on Nordic internationalism, the role of gender in the construction of Nordic foreign policy, new conceptions of political community in the Nordic-Baltic space, international ethics and Nordic foreign policy.She is contributing to a special issue on Nordic internationalism to be published in Cooperation and Conflict in 2006 and is writing several book chapters on the international relations of the Nordic states with focus on humanitarian intervention and ethical foreign policy. PhD supervision: Annika is able to offer PhD supervision in the following areas: social constructivism and international relations, international and egional security, foreign policy analysis with focus on ethical state behaviour and non-realist approaches, the external relations of the Nordic states, Nordic-Baltic relations as well as European Foreign and Security Policy.


The Cosmopolitan | Transatlantic Seminar Series | Events | Politics and International Relations

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Speaker: Annika Bergman # Danish Institute for International Studies
Annika is Senior Researcher in the research units on Foreign policy and EU studies and Defence and security at the DIIS.


Edinburgh Politics Website

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Members of the international politics research group include: Mark Aspinwall (leader), Annika Bergman, Chad Damro, Roland Dannreuther, Matteo Fumagalli, Luke March, Tom Moore, John Peterson, James Allinson, Andrea Birdsall, Caroline Bouchard, Iain Hardie, Marc Herzog, Elizabeth Hope Murray, Alistair Hunter, Yukiko Ochiai, Chris Ogden, Harinda Vidanage, and Matthew Ward. Dr Annika Bergman will be running a discourse theory workshop on November 17 which will be led by an acknowledged expert in the field Dr Lene Hansen, the University of Copenhagen.Annika Bergman University of Edinburgh


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